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February 14, 2011 6:23 AM

F1 » Fernandes rejects Lotus settlement offer

@ F Fish Dany Badaror? You might be talking about Dany Bahar. And, yes, Proton previously used to rebadge Mitsubishi cars with slight design differences. They hadn't for a while, until recently they rebadged the Mitsubishi Lancer. It was purely a business decision as Proton didn't think developing a car for that segment from ground up would be as financially-efficient as rebadging a Mitsubishi car, a company that they have a long history with. Much like how the Chevrolet Cruze is called Holden Cruze in Australia, except that the Proton rebadge gets a slight design change and a name change too.


February 02, 2011 4:29 PM

F1 » Lopez: There's only one Lotus, anything else is bullsh*t

Err, Billy... The pretender would be a Renault chassis titled R31 thinking its a Lotus... Of course its all about money! Tony invested lots of them to enter F1, he isn't just going to give up and throw it all away. Think for a second. Use that brain of yours. Would Renault change their chassis name if they were told to? Would ANY team for that matter do the same, after all the money you've invested in the team. Especially if your a team that has been in F1 for only a year...


February 01, 2011 11:38 AM

F1 » Lopez: There's only one Lotus, anything else is bullsh*t

I shall quote an article from Autosport: The Pole also played down the significance of the Lotus brand reappearing in his team's name. "I think Lotus is our sponsor. At least from what I know it is a sponsor," he said when asked if he dreamt to drive for Lotus. "So I could also say it is my dream to drive for Total. I think it would be different if Lotus owned the team and were fully involved into the team. It's a good partner to have and they have high ambitions. It looks promising." --- Lotus Renault GP driver, Robert Kubica, himself seems unsure if Lotus is a sponsor or owns part of the team.

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