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Lotus F1 Team was a British Formula One racing team. The team competed under the Lotus name from 2012 until 2015, following the renaming of the former Renault team based at Enstone in Oxfordshire. The Lotus F1 Team was majority owned by Genii Capital. Lotus F1 was named after its branding partner Group Lotus. The team achieved a race victory and fourth position in the Formula One Constructors' World Championship in their first season under the Lotus title.
A Lotus Formula One car driven by Stirling Moss won the marque’s first Grand Prix in 1960 at Monaco. Major success came in 1963 with the Lotus 25, which won Team Lotus its first F1 World Constructors Championship. Team Lotus continued to be a major player in Formula One up until the late 1980s.
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Team Lotus, formerly Lotus Racing, and by company name, 1Malaysia F1 Team is a Formula One constructor that débuted in 2010, along with HRT and Virgin . Having raced as Team Lotus in both 2010 and 2011, the Malaysian team has no relation to the original Lotus inaugurated by Colin Chapman, with the only relation to the Lotus name is due to the fact that the owner of Lotus Cars, Proton, was the project's investor at that time.
Team Lotus was the motorsport sister company of English sports car manufacturer Lotus Cars. The team ran cars in many motorsport categories including Formula One, Formula Two, Formula Ford, Formula Junior, IndyCar, and sports car racing. More than ten years after its last race, Team Lotus remained one of the most successful racing teams of all time, winning seven Formula One Constructors' titles, six Drivers' Championships, and the Indianapolis 500 in the United States between 1962 and 1978. Und
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On 8 October 1961, Innes Ireland claimed victory at the United States Grand Prix to herald the true arrival of a new Formula 1 giant. While Team Lotus endured plenty of highs and lows until the ...
In the 1970s Lotus and Colin Champman introduced a car that would go on to dominate the world of Formula 1 racing. The car was so successful that it competed in not one, not two, but six different seasons from 1970 to 1975, winning 20 races along the way, making it one of the most successful F1 cars of all time.
The Lotus F1 Type 79 car was a predominant winner of the entire Ground Effect series. Claiming the 1978 Drivers World Title claimed by Andretti and 1978 Cons...
Kimi Raikkonen’s performances for Lotus were so good that he almost bankrupted them thanks to a performance clause. After leaving Ferrari at the end of 2009, Raikkonen took a break from Formula ...