F1 » Legendary F1 designer Gordon Murray joins Group Lotus


Group Lotus has strengthened its advisory council with the appointment of perhaps F1's greatest-ever visionary - erstwhile Brabham designer Gordon Murray

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ZioBuck

August 31, 2011 9:59 PM

Well, Mr Murray has designed great motorcars and been involved in great F1 cars. I wish Gordon all the best in helping group Lotus... They need all the help they can get on a budget to move up passed a few teams.

cam - Unregistered

September 01, 2011 8:10 AM

funny how all the tuggers from lotus are now at mclaren burning arabian cash and creating spreadsheets and the odd reasonable car (eventually), maybe gordy will take some ideas and talent to lotus and pull rons underpants over his head...

elijah

September 01, 2011 9:03 AM

This is an interesting appointment. Gordon Murray,has links with McLaren /Mercedes and a good race pedigree. Whereas Group Lotus have links with Red Bull. What an amazing mix. If they could just raise a little more cash, this all could prove to be very,very productive for the future .

James Montgomery

September 01, 2011 9:54 AM

Bloody hell! If there was one person I never expected to see back in F1, it was Gordon Murray!

Welcome back! :D

Personally I would prefer to see him designing cars again to see what he could come up with, but after so long out - that might not be a wise thing.

Eitherway, having such an influencial person in your team can only work wonders on the marketing side... with the way the team has been running of late, this is a really nice addition to try and sort things out!

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