The destination of former Lotus F1 Team Technical Director James Allison remains unknown, and it seems that the original stories suggesting that he had signed a deal with a rival team may have been wide of the mark, which helps to explain why everyone was previously denying having signed a deal. If no deal was […]
As the countdown to FP1 continues, we hear from race drivers Kimi Räikkönen and Romain Grosjean to gather their thoughts on what’s to come at the Circuit de Monaco Follow @Lotus_F1Team Check out what Kimi and Romain had to say when we caught up with them for a quick chat on Wednesday afternoon in Monaco: Kimi: “Monaco is completely different to any other circuit” Romain: “You have to keep your focus 100% of the time at this track” Follow @Lotus_F1Team Check This Out! We just can’t get (…) – News
With its tight corners, chicanes, Armco barriers, bumps and white lines, it’s easy to see why Monaco is regarded as the toughest track on the calendar. And just as it was in 2012, it’s a circuit on which form is impossible to predict accurately. Yes, it will suit Lotus, Red Bull and Ferrari, but it should also enable Mercedes to continue their front-row qualifying performance
The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most prestigious occasions on the sporting calendar; an event like no other, and a venue that can only be described as truly magical… Follow @Lotus_F1Team What is the magic of Monaco? It starts by emerging through the tunnel from France into a world where the Mediterranean sparkles, and all that glitters is probably gold; five days of an improbable fairy-tale, before returning to the real world.
LOTUS driver goes into Monaco Grand Prix second in the world champ standings — but is cool about chances
Trackside Operations Director Alan Permane gives his insight ahead of Formula 1′s trip to the unique challenge that is Monte Carlo Follow @Lotus_F1Team Are there any goodies in the Monaco upgrade bag? Similar to Barcelona, we will be bringing a new rear wing which follows the same concept as the one we ran in Monaco last year.
Round six of the championship sees the paddock arrive in Monte Carlo for arguably the most famous event on the calendar, the Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2013. So how are the teams preparing for the unique challenge that is the Principality’s streets?