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Group Lotus hits out at rumours about its future

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Fighting talk - Unregistered

April 11, 2012 8:45 PM

Great Press release! Better than usual PR nonsense.

I thought this paragraph was particularly special:

"You can thank good old Tony Fernandes for these two. Don't take everything he tweets too seriously perhaps he's still frustrated about owning Caterham instead of Lotus and the fact that he fights HRT and Marussia instead of Mercedes and Ferrari in F1."

Droog - Unregistered

April 11, 2012 8:56 PM

What a breath of fresh air..
Actual straight talk in a Press Release. How charming, and how interesting to have a glimpse into the inside story around Caterham and Lotus F1.
More power to them, the car and Drivers are looking good, hopefully Lotus F1 can keep the finely developed sense of humor going.
(Note to Ron Dennis: Lighten up, see it works)

chrian - Unregistered

April 11, 2012 11:11 PM

This F1 team may as well be run by the Marx Brothers.

They have managed to become my least favorite F1 team, and that took a lot of work on their part to accomplish.

This whole thing stopped being funny a long time ago. They have used up any good will I have felt for them.

What a waste.

Baz82 - Unregistered

April 12, 2012 3:12 AM

LOTUS= Losers On The Universal Scale

Group Lotus?..What a joke this company is becoming. Get gone and be done with it and leave Caterham F1 alone.

V6Stroker - Unregistered

April 12, 2012 5:35 AM

Regardless of what in the press release the whole world now Danny Bahar is the culprit for whatever happening now. You don't borrow money from the bank just to sponsor F1 Team and promote your brand if you have no product to sell...It is not just Lotus in trouble now its parent company too - Proton...I believe Lotus Group and Proton would be in much better shape if Tony is in charge of the Group Lotus instead of Danny Bahar..

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