F1 » Lotus Racing close to Petrobras sponsorship deal?


Lotus Racing - the only one of the F1 2010 newcomers to reach the chequered flag in the curtain-raising Bahrain Grand Prix in Sakhir at the weekend - looks set to steal another march on its immediate rivals through an imminent sponsorship tie-up with Brazilian oil giant Petrobras

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cknopp - Unregistered

March 17, 2010 4:26 PM

How can they NOT supply oil for Lotus in 2010? Didn't they supply oil to Williams in 2006? Since the CA2010 is pretty much the same engine as the CA2006, what is the problem? If anything, supplying oil for the same engine that is detuned should be a bit easier..... :?

rob01

March 17, 2010 4:37 PM

The new cosworth has been given a jump on all the others in terms of using the newest technology. It's not the same engine as 06. All others engine packages have been frozen for sometime.

Harry - Unregistered

July 07, 2010 1:48 PM

The Petrobras guys are about to sign a huge sponsorship agreement with Red Bull. Rumours are that it is a 20 mi USD deal and Red Bull will use petrobras gas station in latin America as dealers to its energetic cans. It is reported that Red Bull is loosing around 25HP with Renault engine and will try to recover with Petrobras lubricant. The products are already been tested in Viry-Chatillon.

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