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Lotus has not paid Renault

Lotus is understood to have fallen behind in its payments to engine manufacturer Renault, as Jean-Michel Jalinier, head of Renault Sport F1, revealed in Spain that slow payments had a direct impact on engine development. Speaking during today's FIA press conference Franz Tost and Cyril Abiteboul confirmed that Toro Rosso and Caterham respectively are up to date with their payments. It is understood Red Bull is also up to date with its account while a Lotus spokesman would not comment on commercial arrangements.As the odd one out there is seemingly only one conclusion which can be drawn from Lotus' chosen position. Indeed it is understood that Lotus has not paid for its engines at all thus...
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