F1 » Lotus boosts winning formula with Renault engines


After weeks leading into months of paddock whispers, it has finally been confirmed that leading F1 2010 newcomer Lotus will be powered by Renault engines next year - only seemingly, the team may no longer be called Lotus...

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rob01

November 05, 2010 1:47 PM
Last Edited 1363 days ago

Its not the engine nor the name that will make the car faster. Williams proved the Cosworth is not far behind, if at all. And they are not Lotus and should pull the name(license) before Tony thinks his is the real Lotus.

Name - Unregistered

November 05, 2010 4:23 PM

Even if this team no longer calls itself Lotus next season, there'll sure be some pricks that'll still criticize on this newly established team.

Hannu - Unregistered

November 05, 2010 5:02 PM

Lets be fair Lotus Racing never said they had a problem with the Cosworth engine in fact they often praised it up, it was the gearbox etc that was the problem and i would take that the Red Bull stuff only works or works best with the Renualt package

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