Have you know what’s today hot news? The most people is trying to talk about Lotus Renault issue. Below are the article that discuss about Lotus Renault from several website.
In a move guaranteed to irk a large chunk of F1 fans Group Lotus the Malaysianbased car company owned by Proton have announced that they will partner.
As previous reports have suggested Group Lotus has purchased all of the remaining shares held by Renault. Genii Capital and Group Lotus plc join forces in Lotus Renault GP...Read Full Story
ING Renault F1 Team Taking Fast Track Data Security Availability Systems Management Symantec last five races F1 Season team scoredFilename : b-ing_renault_f1_team_02-2009.en-us.pdfFullpath : /mktginfo/enterprise/customer_successes/b-ing_renault_f1_team_02-2009.en-us.pdfCategorized as : RENAULTPublisher : eval.symantec.comFound at Thursday, 4 Aug 2011GMTFurther searches : mktginfo enterprise customer successes b ing renault f1 team 02 en us pdfor ing renault f1 teamor site:symantec.comor brand...Read Full Story
Dec.08 (GMM) Genii Capital and Group Lotus plc today announced the creation of Lotus Renault GP, the successor to the Renault F1 Team that will contest the 2011 FIA Formula One™ World Championship. This exciting announcement is made in the context of a strategic alliance between the two companies that will provide Group Lotus with significant technological and commercial opportunities for its range of road cars.Following the return of the Lotus name to Formula 1™ in 2010, under licence from...Read Full Story
This morning with the announcement of the partnership between Group Lotus and Genii Capital Renault finally step back from being an F1 team owner into being purely a supplier of engines and technology. This new supply company will be.
In a move guaranteed to irk a large chunk of F1 fans Group Lotus the Malaysianbased car company owned by Proton have announced that they will partner. This exciting announcement is made in the context of.
Coming to you indirectly from Dubai Joe takes the time...Read Full Story
Paul Tan's Automotive News When news broke that Group Lotus was buying into the Renault F1 Team, one of the more popular questions was why couldn't they just invest in Tony Fernandes' Team Lotus. Wouldn't that have solved the issue of a Lotus vs Lotus battle on next year's Formula 1 grid and in the courts? Group Lotus CEO Dany Bahar shed some light on the matter at a media lunch in London.Discussion: autoevolutionRead Full Story
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