Sergio Perez is set to be unveiled as the second Lotus driver for 2016, Italy’s La Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting on Tuesday. Even though
The candidates are already beginning to shape up to join Pastor Maldonado at the new works Renault team next year. Even though the French carmaker’s
Rumours swirling in the Singapore paddock and among international correspondents indicate the buyout deal between Renault and Lotus is finally now done. France’s RMC said
Lotus’ direct rivals helped the embattled team get through the recent Italian grand prix. Overnight rain before qualifying day at Monza damaged some of the
Renault helped Lotus to survive a crucial court date on Monday, as the two sides continue to drive towards a team buyout deal. Financially-crippled Lotus
As the ‘silly season’ nears its end, the 2016 grid is now shaping up. With Kimi Raikkonen all signed up again, Ferrari will field an
Romain Grosjean has not denied paddock speculation that, if the Renault deal now falls through, Monza could be Lotus’ final appearance at a grand prix.
Federico Gastaldi has admitted Lotus’ legal dramas are not over yet. Ultimately, the embattled Enstone team managed to escape the court bailiffs at Spa-Francorchamps and