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Lotus

Other Renault teams to observe Lotus filmin...

Feb 07, 2014No Comments

Representatives of the Red Bull, Toro Rosso and Caterham teams will reportedly be present when Lotus does its ‘filming day’ at Jerez on Friday. With

Martin Whitmarsh is headed for Enstone

Feb 05, 2014No Comments

Lotus team owner Gerard Lopez has played down reports McLaren refugee Martin Whitmarsh is definitely headed to Enstone. With Eric Boullier having moved to McLaren

Lotus set to debut its new E22 this Friday

Feb 05, 2014No Comments

Lotus will not wait until the next official test in Bahrain to get its delayed 2014 car on track. Having not attended the first test

Lotus and Marussia pay 2014 entry fees R...

Feb 03, 2014No Comments

Lotus and Marussia have ended doubts about their official participation in the 2014 championship. When the governing FIA released the 2014 entry list last month,

After Lotus nose is time for McLaren ‘...

Jan 31, 2014No Comments

The first technical rows of 2014 are well underway. It had already emerged that the FIA is unhappy with some of the radical nose solutions,

Lotus nose declared legal by FIA

Jan 30, 2014No Comments

Lotus’ innovative double-pronged nose solution for 2014 has been declared legal by the FIA’s Charlie Whiting. The solution is even clearly asymmetrical, apparently only to

McLaren confirms Boullier as racing directo...

Jan 29, 2014No Comments

As was widely predicted, Lotus’ newly-departed team boss Eric Boullier has moved to McLaren. The great British team announced the news on Wednesday, just as

FIA ‘bombarded’ with questions ...

Jan 28, 2014No Comments

F1’s governing body was “bombarded” with messages from rival teams after Lotus revealed the first photo of its highly-unique nose solution for 2014. The front