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  1. 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
  2. Lotus Praga LMP2 is heading for Belgium for the second race of the 2013 FIA World Endurance Championship. The venue for the 6 Hours of Spa is the legendary Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps located in the Belgian Ardennes. The track is 7,004 km in length and one of the longest and most demanding on the calendar. Almost every race driver counts the circuit among his favourite because of its challenging layout and the famous “Eau Rouge” curve. Lotus is confident that the team will show a good performance in Belgium. The event at Spa will serve as a rehearsal for the biggest race on the calend
  3. New podium for James Calado who finished P3 today in the second race of the GP2 Series in Spa-Francorchamps. The british driver lost P2 in the last yards of the race. Esteban Gutierrez ended P13. The mexican was running in the top 8 when he has been pushed out by another driver while he was overtaking him. Next round in Monza next week !
  4. Conor Daly finished 3rd in today's GP3 Series race in SPa-Francorchamps ! Daniel Abt also brought home some points for Lotus GP as he ended 5th. Aaro Vainio had a more difficult sunday as he had to fight his way up after being pushed out of the track in the first lap. Despite a good race he couldn't come back in the top 10. The titles will be decided in Monza next week.
  5. Kimi Räikkönen took a strong third position in the Belgian Grand Prix to move him back into fourth position in the Drivers’ Championship after a warm, dry and action packed race at Spa-Francorchamps. Kimi is now just one point off third-placed Mark Webber, whilst the team remains in third in the Constructors’ Championship. Romain Grosjean had a short race, ending with contact heading into the first corner. He was later penalised by the Stewards and is suspended from the next race in Monza, Italy. The team will not appeal this decision and will communicate the name of Romain’s replacement as so
  6. It’s another victory for Lotus GP in GP3 Series, Daniel Abt took the best out of the 4 laps of the race to win. He overtook two of his competitors in the same move at corners 5 and 6. The race has been stopped after the big crash of R. Cregan. Aaron Vainio and Conor Daly ended P6 and P7 so they will respectively start P3 and P2 in tomorrow’s race 2 which will start at 9h25.
  7. Daniel Abt will start from the front row, in second position, of the first race of the GP3 Series in Spa-Francorchamps. The german driver was en route for the pole position when he caught traffic in the last chicane. Conor Daly set the 5th fastest lap and will start just in front of teammate Aaro Vainio who couldn’t do better than 7th. The start of the race is scheduled at 17h20.
  8. 3rd, 4th and 6th were the positions of the Lotus GP drivers at the end of the practice session of this morning. The rain was falling all session long and it’s Daniel Abt who was the fastest of the team today. He was followed by Conor Daly while Aaro Vainio was 6th. The weather forecast should be better for the rest of the week-end. The qualifying session is scheduled tomorrow at 9h30.
  9. James Calado climbed on the second step of the podium during the first race of the GP2 Series today in Spa-Francorchamps. The race has been interrupted by the safety car first and then by the red flag following the huge crash of N. Melker. Esteban Gutierrez was penalized by his pit-stop just behing James Calado during the safety car period and then by a drive through or overtaking under a yellow flag. He ended 11th. The second race will start tomorrow at 10h35.
  10. It was a good day for Lotus GP in the GP2 Series today in Spa. Despite the heavy rain, the team produced a big effort to put one car on the front row and one one the second row. James Calado will start 2nd, having lost just one tenth to the pole position. Esteban Gutierrez will start 3rd and will be in good position to catch up big points for the championship. The race 1 will start at 15h40 tomorrow.
  11. Kimi Räikkönen will start from P3 on the grid with Romain Grosjean in P8 for tomorrow’s Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps. Kimi qualified in fourth position but gains a place thanks to a penalty for Pastor Maldonado. Romain set the ninth fastest time but also gains a place courtesy of a penalty for Mark Webber. Kimi Räikkönen, E20-05. Q : P4, 1:48.205. FP3 : P2, 1:48.683 “It wasn’t the easiest of qualifying sessions. The car is okay but it doesn’t look like we have the speed that some others have and we were certainly not quick enough for pole today. The race is a different story. On t
  12. Kimi Räikkönen and Romain Grosjean took to the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in wet conditions today for the first practice sessions ahead of Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix. The cold and very wet conditions meant that the team only completed limited running in the morning, when both cars ran the team’s new aerodynamic device. No laps were completed by the team in the afternoon. Free Practice 2 Summary 0mins : It’s raining, a lot 5mins : Kimi gets into his car 17mins : Kimi gets out of his car 29mins : Romain thinks about putting his helmet on, but decides against it 45mins : At the halfway sta
  13. 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
  14. Marco Sorensen brought the Czech Lotus team its debut win in the World Series by Renault Formula 3.5 at Spa-Francorchamps on Saturday. But the team’s joy was tempered by Richie Stanaway’s heavy crash in Sunday’s race. Marco Soresen managed to avoid any trouble at the start of Saturday’s race and the Dane was running third when a safety car period interrupted things. The Lotus driver capitalized on a tussle between leader Kevin Magnussen and Sam Bird on the approach to La Source, and snuck into the lead. He was able to pull away and scored his first win in the World Series by Renault with a so
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