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Lotus set to announce Maldonado on Friday

Nov 29, 2013No Comments

Sources close to Lotus report that the Enstone based team is ready to announce the Williams-departed Pastor Maldonado as Romain Grosjean’s teammate for 2014. Earlier,


Lotus ‘risk’ turns out bad as K...

Nov 25, 2013No Comments

The tumultuous 2014 ‘silly season’ is taking yet another twist, as Heikki Kovalainen’s hopes of returning full-time next year fall dramatically. Mere days ago, the


Lotus hopes for Quantum deal to be conclude...

Nov 23, 2013No Comments

Lotus insists the team’s 35 per cent sale to Quantum remains on track, even though the investment group missed its latest deadline set by chief


Alonso would have won the title for Lotus &...

Nov 23, 2013No Comments

1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve thinks Fernando Alonso would have won this year’s title at the wheel of the 2013 Lotus car. The French Canadian


Kovalainen is better driver now then in McL...

Nov 23, 2013No Comments

Heikki Kovalainen thinks he is a better driver today than when he won a grand prix for McLaren in 2008. The Finn, who was dropped


Kovalainen responds to Briatore criticism

Nov 22, 2013No Comments

Heikki Kovalainen has responded to his former manager Flavio Briatore, after the Italian claimed Lotus should not have signed him. Drafted in to replace the


Maldonado and Hulkenberg keys to 2014 F1 se...

Nov 22, 2013No Comments

Pastor Maldonado and Nico Hulkenberg remain the keys to the last phase of F1’s 2014 ‘silly season’. PDVSA-backed Maldonado, a grand prix winner, is the


Perez confident that he’ll find a sea...

Nov 22, 2013No Comments

Sergio Perez says he is “95 per cent sure” he will still be on the formula one grid next year. The Mexican, who has lost