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Lotus believe they would have beaten Red Bull in Australia but for a pair of calamities at the start of last week's GP.
Lotus technical director Nick Chester is anticipating a far stronger start to the season than they managed last year.
Williams set the fastest time as pre-season testing drew to a close, although Mercedes are the clear pacesetters.
Lotus have signed Spain's Carmen Jorda to the role of development driver for the 2015 season following three years in GP3.
Lotus have provided a first glimpse of their 2015 car, the E23 Hybrid, and predicted it will be "a massive step forward"
Jolyon Palmer is targeting a 2016 race seat after being appointed Lotus test driver for the forthcoming season.
Lotus have unveiled Britain's GP2 Series champion Jolyon Palmer as their third driver for the 2015 season.
Honda have been excluded from a loophole that will permit the other engine providers to continue developing their units.
Lotus are listed as “subject to confirmation” on an updated FIA entry list for the 2015 Formula 1 season.
Lotus fit a sixth engine to Romain Grosjean's car for the Abu Dhabi GP, with the Frenchman handed a 20-place penalty.
Lotus have confirmed Romain Grosjean will remain with the team in 2015 where he will partner Pastor Maldonado.
Bernie Ecclestone insists that F1's struggling smaller teams can't expect to receive any additional financial hand-outs.
Frenchman announces on social media that he will be staying on with Lotus - and then quickly deletes announcement tweet
Bosses of F1’s smaller teams suggest an agenda by the sport’s commercial rights holders to drive them out of business.
Fleet Street believes Formula 1 is preparing to field three-car teams in 2015 before running customer cars in 2016.
Bernie Ecclestone has ruled out CVC Capital Partners giving more money to Lotus, Sauber and Force India.
Reports say F1 controlling shareholder set to hand smaller teams a £100 million payment to ward off cash crisis.
Pastor Maldonado has reclaimed ninth place in the U.S. GP after Jean-Eric Vergne was penalised for Grosjean clash.
Lotus have dismissed reports suggesting they could boycott this weekend’s U.S. GP along with Sauber and Force India.
Jenson Button and Romain Grosjean believe more work is needed on F1’s Virtual Safety Car idea after Friday's trial run.
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