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Shakeup at Lotus F1 for 2014

It's nothing dastardly but no doubt means a lot politically within Lotus F1 and Genii Capital. CEO Patrick Louis has resigned his role and will continue on with Genii Automotive as a board member while Mathew Carter will assume the role going forward. Louis had been in the role of CEO since 2012. As AUTOSPORT points out, Carter is a strong ally of minority investor, Andrew Ruhan, and I can imagine that politically this move is by design. It's also been revealed by Adam Cooper that Lotus F1 will not be participating int eh first test session and that's unfortunate as theh teams have all be clamoring for more tests only to have some teams bow out. No doubt its expensive but I suspect the...
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