F1 » Bahar: Lotus could build F1 engines


Dany Bahar hints that Lotus could build F1 engines in future, although not for some time

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Rob01 - Unregistered

December 16, 2010 1:35 PM

Lotus has announced that they will also provide engines in the Indy Racing league. They currently work with KV Racing. it will be a turbo as well. Maybe they can use the same engine in both series.

Bob - Unregistered

December 16, 2010 2:40 PM

And when I read Dany Bahar's interview on Autosport.com it worries me a little bit. He looks sharp, he may be a confident chap but... what he says does not give much confidence. And that is a little worrying for a CEO. However, all the best to Lotus and all their projects!

Alan D - Unregistered

December 16, 2010 2:51 PM

Mr Cynical: "If they do make engines I just hope they are more reliable than my 1973 Elan?"

You are talking about an engine that is 37 years old. If someone builds a lawnmower engine today then I'd hope it would be more reliable than the engines they were building 37 years ago.

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