Lotus say they will retain their current name for at least another five years, despite losing their title sponsorship from Group Lotus.
Lotus has officially announced it will be re-named Caterham in 2012.
The long-standing row over the use of the Lotus name will finally be resolved next year.
Dany Bahar says Group Lotus are “more committed than ever” to secure the use of the name ‘Lotus’.
Lotus have won the right to continue using the name ‘Team Lotus’.
Tony Fernandes says he drew motivation from Group Lotus’s attempts to “destroy” his team.
Is it too much to hope for an outbreak of sanity before the season begins?
Lotus will not change to a black-and-gold livery in 2011, according to Tony Fernandes.
Renault have revealed photographs of their current R30 F1 car in the new 2011 Lotus livery.
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There could be two teams named Lotus-Renault on the F1 grid in 2011.
Lotus will evoke memories of their John Player Special era by running their 2011 car in black and gold.
Lotus Racing are to contest Proton’s claim that it cannot use the Team Lotus name in the English High Court. A statement issued by the team today said: We have […] today issued proceedings in the English High Court for a declaration that Team Lotus Ventures has the rights to use the Team Lotus name.
Group Lotus owners Proton have denied that Tony Fernandes has the right to re-brand his team as “Team Lotus”. In a statement released today the company said: Proton will support Group Lotus in taking all necessary steps to protect its rights in the “Lotus” name, including resisting any attempts by Mr. Fernandes or his companies, … Continue reading Proton say Lotus Racing has no right to use “Team Lotus” name
Lotus will be re-named Team Lotus as of 2011, reverting back to the original name of the team when it was run by Colin Chapman. Team principal Tony Fernandes bought the rights to the name from David Hunt, brother of 1976 F1 champion James Hunt, who has owned them since the original team collapsed at … Continue reading Team Lotus name to be revived in 2011
Lotus Motorsport and ART Grand Prix have announced a collaboration which will see ART’s GP2, GP2 Asia and GP3 cars named Lotus ART from next year. This raises some questions as it was revealed earlier today that Lotus Racing team principal Tony Fernandes is entering a new team in GP2 next year to be called … Continue reading Lotus to back ART’s GP2 and GP3 teams