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Japanese Grand Prix: Lotus locked out of hospitality, freight delayed

Japanese Grand Prix: Lotus locked out of hospitality, freight delayed

The troubled Lotus Formula One team were locked out of their paddock hospitality at the Japanese Grand Prix on Thursday while freight, including engines, was also held up by payment problems.

Lotus F1 team given week to seal Renault deal

Lotus F1 team given week to seal Renault deal

The Lotus Formula One team were given a week to seal a deal with Renault or go into administration on Friday after a judge agreed to a final adjournment of a case brought against them by Britain`s tax authorities.

Hungarian Grand Prix: Late tyre deal keeps Lotus on the road

Hungarian Grand Prix: Late tyre deal keeps Lotus on the road

The troubled Lotus team responded to their latest setbacks with a spirited effort in Friday`s second free practice for this weekend`s Hungarian Grand Prix.

Lotus aim for new financial accord

Lotus aim for new financial accord

The Lotus racing chief said he is confident that the Formula One team can reach a new accord with creditors after new court action started, media reports said on Tuesday.

Lotus F1 team not for sale, says CEO

Lotus F1 team not for sale, says CEO

The Lotus Formula One team is not for sale despite lingering speculation about former engine partner Renault`s intentions in the sport, chief executive Matthew Carter said on Thursday.

Fong joins Lotus as F1 development driver

Fong joins Lotus as F1 development driver

Hong Kong`s Adderly Fong has joined Lotus as a development driver, the Formula One team said on Tuesday.

Lotus expect huge step forward in 2015

Lotus expect huge step forward in 2015

 Lotus expect to be far more competitive this season with a new Formula One car that they hailed as a massive step forward on Monday.

Pastor Maldonado Lotus move likely to fire up F1 market

Pastor Maldonado is expected to sign for Lotus this week and fire up the drivers` market for the final places on the grid for the 2014 Formula One world championship season.

Lotus still hoping for Quantum deal

Lotus say they still have faith in would-be investors Quantum Motorsports coming up with the long-awaited money despite continuing delays to a deal.

Raikkonen to miss rest of 2013 F1 season

Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen will miss the final two races of the 2013 Formula 1 season as he will be undergoing a back surgery next week.

Kimi Raikkonen pay row puts Sebastian Vettel in desert shade

Unpaid Kimi Raikkonen on Friday threatened to walk out on Lotus in a dramatic Abu Dhabi Grand Prix gesture of defiance.

Ferrari create F1 super team

Kimi Raikkonen`s return to Ferrari alongside Fernando Alonso has handed Formula One a compelling storyline for the next two seasons.

Kimi Raikkonen exit puts Lotus top of vacancy list

Lotus can take time to announce a replacement for Kimi Raikkonen because they are now the Formula One team with the most sought after driver vacancy, says team principal Eric Boullier.

Kimi Raikkonen`s record run ends in Spa

Kimi Raikkonen`s record run of 27 successive Formula One races in the points came to an end when the Lotus driver retired from the Belgian Grand Prix.

Kimi Raikkonen rules out move to Red Bull

Finnish racing driver Kimi Raikkonen has ruled out a move to the Red Bull team in the next season.

Kimi Raikkonen thinks Mercedes could be `surprise package` at Melbourne GP

Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen has said that Formula One team Mercedes, led by ace driver Lewis Hamilton, could spring a surprise at the opening Australian Grand Prix.

Lotus F1 team launches 2013 car

Lotus has become the first Formula 1 team to unveil its car for the 2013 season.

Raikkonen`s Lotus pull out of Barcelona test

Kimi Raikkonen`s Lotus team pulled out of the second pre-season Formula One test in Barcelona on Tuesday after a problem with their new car.

Lotus F1 team boss torn over name change

Malaysian-owned Lotus Racing could have a completely new identity in Formula One next season although team principal Tony Fernandes says he wants to keep the Lotus name if he can.

Lotus F1 team boss torn over name change

Malaysian-owned Lotus Racing could have a completely new identity in Formula One next season although team principal Tony Fernandes says he wants to keep the Lotus name if he can.