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Quantum insists Lotus deal not dead

Despite quotes to the contrary from team owner Gerard Lopez, Quantum Motorsports maintains that it still has ambitions of taking a stake in the Lotus F1 operation.The will it-won't it saga has been ongoing since the middle of 2013, when Quantum – then known as Infinity Motorsport – first expressed an interest in buying a 35 per cent share of the Enstone-based team, but the non-arrival of funds eventually led to Lopez starting the New Year by declaring the deal dead.Quantum's head man, Mansoor Ijaz, always insisted that red tape involved in international banking law had led to the delays and, even as Lotus this week revealed a deal with Saxo Bank, claims that he still had hopes of...
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