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Pastor Maldonado has confirmed he will not be in F1 in 2016, with the Venezuelan set to be replaced at Renault by Kevin Magnussen.
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Kevin Magnussen is poised to replace Pastor Maldonado at Renault for the 2016 season, Sky Sports understands.
Renault have formally completed their takeover of Lotus, signalling the end of the team's High Court case over unpaid taxes.
Lotus' legal battle with HMRC over an unpaid tax bill has been adjourned for a further two weeks at the High Court.
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Lotus chairman and team principal Gerard Lopez has told Sky Sports F1 that his team are now "pretty much at a deal" with Renault.
French manufacturer says it has signed a letter of intent to buy back a controlling stake in the Lotus Formula 1 team.
Renault's letter of intent to buy back team expected to help stave off administration after HMRC brought case over unpaid tax.
Renault is closing on a takeover of Lotus team, although Sky Sports understands that the deal is not yet signed and sealed.
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Bernie Ecclestone stepped in to help feed Lotus's mechanics as the team remained locked out of their hospitality unit.
Pastor Maldonado is to stay at Lotus for 2016, the team have confirmed, but it seems likely Romain Grosjean will join Haas.
Pastor Maldonado says he hasn't started making alternative plans for 2016 as he expects contract to stand at Lotus.
Lotus's Federico Gastaldi is optimistic their takeover by Renault can be completed “very soon” after another court appearance.
Pastor Maldonado's Spanish Grand Prix came to a frustrating conclusion after a collision with Lotus team-mate Romain Grosjean left him with rear-wing damage.
Lotus boss Matthew Carter says the team have “more than one option” as a potential buyer besides Renault.
Pastor Maldonado says he has a contract with Lotus for 2016 and expects to drive for them even if Renault buy the team.
Lotus arrive for the Italian GP as speculation about their future - including a possible Renault takeover - continues.
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