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  1. Reigning Lotus Cup Europe Champion Jérémy Lourenço followed up his maiden overall win at Dijon- Prenois with a double victory at Magny-Cours this weekend in rounds five and six of the 2015 championship. Reigning Lotus Cup Europe Champion Jérémy Lourenço followed up his maiden overall win at Dijon-Prenois with a double victory at Magny-Cours this weekend (30/31 May) in rounds five and six of the 2015 championship. Meanwhile another dominant performance in the Production class has allowed John Rasse to stretch his title lead. Lourenço qualified on pole position at the former French Grand Prix
  2. Jonathan Walker and Gregory Rasse shared the Lotus Cup Europe spoils at Zolder this weekend, returning to winning ways after a tough time at Spa-Francorchamps last time out. Polesitter Walker’s results have aided his championship challenge, however a pair of 2-Eleven class victories has propelled Jeremy Lorenco into the title lead with just one round to go, after a tough weekend for rival Xavier Georges. Phillippe Loup finished third to Walker in race one, whilst Belgian Thierry Verheist took the final podium place in the second encounter. Meanwhile there were two class wins for Nicolas F
  3. Nearly 90 cars from across the continent contested the Lotus Cup races at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend, with Elise Trophy, Lotus Cup UK, Lotus Cup Europe and Lotus Cup Eastern Europe all represented at the Belgian Grand Prix venue. A strong drive from Ken Savage earned him a Lotus Cup UK victory, heading Marcus Jewell home for a 2-Eleven one-two. Positter and early leader Fabio Randaccio was unable to complete the distance after succumbing to a fuel pump failure and with front row starter Rob Fenn falling back in the late stages due to a faulty sensor, Savage was best placed to take the
  4. Jonathan Walker followed up his success at Dijon with another clean sweep in last weekend’s (7/8 June) Lotus Cup Europe round at Zandvoort. The British driver was joined for the first time by his brother, Nick, on the podium for the second encounter at the Dutch seaside circuit, after the siblings dominated qualifying the day before. Nicholas Ferrer took third, the only non-V6 powered driver to feature in the overall top three throughout the weekend, whilst Nikolaj Ipsen and Gregory Rasse joined Walker on the rostrum for the opening race. Xavier Georges trailed team mate Jeremy Lorenco in th
  5. Thomas Dehaibe was crowned Lotus Cup Europe Champion at Zolder, becoming an FIA International Series title-holder at the Belgian circuit. England’s Jonathan Walker led the opening race, only to be passed by Denmark’s Nikolaj Ipsen with just four laps remaining, as the pair pulled clear of the field. They also contested the second encounter, however Ipsen fell to seventh place in the final laps, whilst Walker succumbed to a puncture. Needing to finish the race to secure the V6 class title, the Englishman made a late pitstop and ended the day in 13th place. This left Gregory Rasse to take the f
  6. Walker takes a commanding double at Lotus Festival Jon Walker charged to a brace of victories as Lotus Cup Europe’s penultimate round played out to a crowd of Lotus owners and fans at the annual Lotus Festival. With the Lotus Cup UK and Elise Trophy series also on the bill, along with Formula 1 demonstrations and a Lotus Cortina 50th anniversary race, several UK drivers also took part. This included Andrew Bentley, who starred in a Lotus Evora that started from the back of the grid in both contests. However it was not enough to defeat Walker, who maintained a steady gap to the rest and was
  7. 6-powered cars dominated proceedings as Lotus Cup Europe returned to Germany. Jon Walker powered his Exige to two close victories from Evora-mounted Gregory Rasse at Hockenheim, with Nikolaj Ipsen’s Exige and Thierry Verheist’s Evora completing the top four. The 2-Eleven of Jean-Pierre Genoud-Prachex and Herbert Mezker’s four-cylinder Exige prevented Nick Walker making it a V6 top five lockout in race one and two respectively. The pair celebrated with class victories in both races, whilst David Harvey’s Open class win places the veteran’s 340R second in the title race overall behind Rasse
  8. Mark H

    Lotus Cup Europe

    New era for Lotus Cup Europe as inaugural championship kicks off at the Nürburgring The first race for Lotus Cup Europe as an FIA International Series took place at the Nürburgring this weekend and saw victories for V6 powered machinery. Belgium’s Greg Rasse swapped the lead with French 2-Eleven driver Jeremy Lourenço several times before taking the opening race win of 2013. The 2-Eleven of Xavier George completed the podium in third place. Meanwhile Anthony Fournier took the Exige Cup class honours on his series debut from Dave Carr and Jean Baptiste Loup. In the V6 class Nick Walker re
  9. Introduction After two visits to Germany and a round in France, the fourth meeting of 2012 saw a move to Belgium and the majestic Spa-Francorchamps circuit in the Ardennes Forest. A popular destination in the series, the drivers’ favourite looked to favour the local contingent with John Rasse enjoying another strong season. However his brother Gregory has been improving in the Evora, whilst Christophe Lisandre and Xavier Georges head up the 2-Eleven contingent with UK Production frontrunner Ken Savage an intriguing prospect as he makes his class debut. Practice and Qualifying Georges led
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