Lotus has made alterations to its Formula 1 car to prevent a recurrence of the problem that caused Romain Grosjean to retire from the Australian Grand Prix
The German Grand Prix may have been officially removed from the 2015 F1 schedule, but Lotus’ Federico Gastaldi is confident it will return.
The German Grand Prix may have been officially removed from the 2015 F1 schedule, but Lotus’ Federico Gastaldi is confident it will return.
Lotus Formula 1 driver Pastor Maldonado is pleasantly surprised by how close the pack behind Mercedes is, and by his car’s pace relative to those currently fighting for the podium
Adderly Fong has been signed to Lotus as development driver for the 2015 season
Hong Kong racer Adderly Fong joins Carmen Jorda in securing a Development Driver role with the Lotus F1 team
Adderly Fong has joined the Lotus Formula 1 team’s roster of development drivers for 2015
Having been left scoreless at the opening round in Australia, getting both cars into the top ten is the target for Lotus in Malaysia this weekend.
Lotus believe they would have beaten Red Bull in the Australian GP but for a pair of calamities at the start of the 2015 season curtain raiser and have targeted closing the gap to Williams in Malaysia.
Raceday aside, a good start to F1 2015 has given encouragement to the Lotus team as it heads to Malaysia this weekend.
Pastor Maldonado believes that, despite a truncated Australian Grand Prix, this year’s F1 challenger from Lotus can be a regular contender from Malaysia onwards.
One lap, two DNFs was not the start a revitalised Lotus F1 team hoped to start 2015, and work is ongoing to avoid a repeat in Malaysia.
Romain Grosjean is hoping his and Lotus’ Malaysian Grand Prix lasts longer than a single lap after a bitterly disappointing start in Australia
Lotus’ hopes of exploiting its new Mercedes engines were dashed early in the Australian Grand Prix, leaving it scoreless after the opening round of the 2015 F1 world championship.
Lotus was keen to bounce back from a disappointing 2014 campaign at Melbourne, but the team's aim for a double points finish ended before either of its two drivers managed to complete a single racing lap.
McLaren failed to score in Australia, Lotus failed to reach lap 2 and Manor failed to make it onto the grid…
Lotus gets both its cars through to the final phase of qualifying for the first time since 2013 ahead of the 2015 Australian Grand Prix.
There were top ten times in Saturday’s qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix for Daniel Ricciardo, Carlos Sainz Jr and both Lotus drivers…
Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado will start tomorrow’s Australian Grand Prix from top ten grid positions after today’s qualifying for the first race of the season at Albert Park.
There were top ten times in Friday’s practice for the Australian Grand Prix for Daniil Kvyat, Carlos Sainz, both Lotus drivers and Nico Hulkenberg…
Lotus Formula 1 duo Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado were both hampered by pipe problems on the opening day of running at the Australian Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton is ready to defend his crown but there is an early get up time if you want to watch the start to the new campaign in England
Lewis Hamilton is ready to defend his crown but there is an early get up time if you want to watch the start to the new campaign in England
Romain Grosjean says Lotus has made more progress on the chassis side than the power unit side despite swapping from Renault to Mercedes this year
Pastor Maldonado says his Lotus team is much better prepared for this season compared to 12 months ago
King, a former British F3 champion, will be the team’s development driver while continuing to race in the GP2 feeder series
Pastor Maldonado says although he loves racing in Melbourne it won’t provide a reliable measure on how far Lotus has improved
Romain Grosjean says it is time for his Lotus team to remind everyone how good they can be starting in Australia for the Formula 1 season opener
Day two of Formula Renault 3.5 Series collective testing at Cicuito de Jerez went the way of Tio Ellinas (Strakka Racing). On Friday, the Cypriot set quickest lap of the morning session in 1:28.260. He finished the day with best time, ahead of the fastest man in the afternoon, Matthieu Vaxiviere (Lotus), and Tom Dillmann (Jagonya Ayam with Carlin)
Testing is complete and the wait is almost over. Next weekend the new Formula One season finally kicks off in Melbourne with the 2015 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix. Those involved look ahead to the eagerly-anticipated Albert Park event
Pastor Maldonado believes Lotus can put itself in a position to get amongst the chasing pack ahead of the 2015 F1 opener in Australia
Lotus technical director Nick Chester says the E23 Hybrid’s steadiness in cornering has enabled the team to make big steps forward
Lotus technical director Nick Chester is anticipating a far stronger start to the season at the Australian GP than they managed in Melbourne 12 months ago.
Lotus technical director Nick Chester is confident that the team has made a big step with the E23, and not just as a result of the timely switch from Renault to Mercedes power. Chester says that the chassis is much … Continue reading →
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Lotus F1 Team ended the final day of pre-season testing early after a systems issue compromised Pastor Maldonado’s braking into turn four resulting in him making contact with the barriers.
Pastor Maldonado’s crash in Sunday’s Barcelona Formula 1 test was caused by a brake problem rather than any form of driver error, says Lotus
Lotus technical director Nick Chester says the team is surprised how few teething problems it discovered with its new Mercedes power unit this winter
Lotus is forced to curtail its winter test slightly earlier than expected after a systems issue causes Pastor Maldonado to crash on the final day
Mercedes’ faltering rivals have hailed the world champions’ new car as “unbelievably quick” with the Silver Arrows’ domination of F1 set to continue at the start of the 2015 season.
Pastor Maldonado says the combination of the Lotus E23 mated to the Mercedes power unit is giving him the confidence he needs to push.
The 26-year-old will join the team for the new F1 season in a development driver role, having risen through the sport and here is all the key information you need
Romain Grosjean says Fernando Alonso’s testing crash raises questions about the safety of the AstroTurf used on the outside of some corners in Formula One
Carmen Jordá today joined Lotus F1 Team, marking the second female driver currently related to Formula One. Carmen will attend Grands Prix and Formula 1 tests throughout 2015 for Lotus F1 Team as well as doing a simulator programme at Enstone. Carmen will drive the E23 Hybrid on track during the course of 2015.
Romain Grosjean says the Lotus E23 Hybrid already suits him more than last year’s ever did after completing first day of final Formula 1 test
Lotus have signed Spaniard Carmen Jorda to the role of development driver for the 2015 season.
The 26-year-old will join the team, with Lotus confirming she will get a ‘significant simulator programme’ for her new role