“I’m obviously delighted that I’ll be racing in Formula 1 next year”
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Lotus F1 Team is happy to confirm the continuation of its existing contract with Pastor Maldonado for the 2016 season.
Pastor will continue as a race driver for his third year with the Enstone team after joining at the start of 2014. It’s a positive for the future of Lotus F1 Team that we are able to confirm publically that Pastor remains with us for next season
Pharrell will work with Lotus F1 Team starting at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix
Reigning GP2 Series Champion Jolyon Palmer today joined Lotus F1 Team as Third Driver for the 2015 season.
Rival F1 team Force India has blasted outgoing world champions Red Bull as the “cheats” of the sport.
“Red Bull gives you flexible wings,” team supremo and co-owner Vijay Mallya said on Twitter on Sunday. The former Indian billionaire’s attack on the energy drink-owned team follows not just the latest flexible wing saga, but also team boss Christian Horner supposedly enraging his counterparts in a recent meeting.
F1’s three angry teams seemed slightly less angry on Saturday after a meeting with Donald Mackenzie.
The usually paddock-shy CVC chief made the trip to Abu Dhabi to meet with Bernie Ecclestone and Lotus, Sauber and Force India, with the three teams crying foul over how the power and income is distributed within formula one.
Friday’s deadline looks set to come and go without Caterham raising the $3.7 million it needs through crowdfunding
Fernando Alonso admitted on Thursday that his plans to launch a professional cycling team in 2015 have been delayed.
Caterham is preparing to return to formula one for F1’s 2014 finale in Abu Dhabi next month.
As it was put into administration following founder Tony Fernandes’ ill-fated sale to Colin Kolles-managed investors, the team as well as backmarker Marussia sat out Austin and will again be absent in rainy Brazil this weekend.
F1 authorities are scrambling this week to put down a lingering boycott threat ahead of the Brazilian grand prix.
As the sport’s air freight touches down in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian news agency Estado reports that organisers of the Interlagos race are dismissing claims of a boycott threat, insisting that 18 cars – every team with the exception of insolvent Caterham and Marussia – will line up on the grid.