Lotus Awarded FIA Entry for 2010

I3odaciousCorrespondent ISeptember 15, 2009

IMOLA, ITALY - APRIL 25:  Viviene Senna and Bruno Senna (R) talk with Gerhard Berger after he drove Ayrton Senna's first Lotus car prior to the San Marino F1 Grand Prix on April 25, 2004, at the San Marino circuit in Imola, Italy. (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

With the uncertainty surrounding BMW's buyout after the 2009 season, the FIA have granted Lotus an entry spot for 2010 leaving BMW as the 14th team should any vacancies open up. Additionally, the FIA has expressed leniency towards a 14 team grid should the FOTA agree on the matter. 

I for one am thrilled to see Lotus back in the sport and am looking forward to seeing what they will be capable of in 2010. This of course adds another dimension to the Driver lineup which F1 fans are eagerly awaiting as the 2009 season progresses further and further passed the traditional point in which new driver lineups are published. 

 

 

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