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Palmer working harder than ever
Jolyon Palmer says he is training harder than ever to be fully prepared for his F1 debut in Australia in 2016.
Renault deal 'almost done'
Lotus chairman and team principal Gerard Lopez has told Sky Sports F1 that his team are now "pretty much at a deal" with Renault.
Lotus rue lack of funds
Lotus' season had the potential to be far stronger had they had more money to develop the E23, according to technical director Nick Chester.
Lotus won't be Lotus in 2016
The Lotus team will be renamed Renault as early as 2016 if the French manufacturers complete their takeover of the Enstone-based team, chief executive Matthew Carter has indicated.
F1 strategy game
Have you ever fancied a job on an F1 pitwall? Do you think you'd make the right call under pressure?
Grosjean learning Italian
Romain Grosjean has revealed he is learning how to speak Italian as he bids to make his "dream" of driving for Ferrari come true.
Palmer ‘happy, relieved, proud’
Jolyon Palmer says he’s “happy, relieved and proud” to finally graduate to F1, after a season spent warming the subs bench at Lotus.
Palmer lands 2016 Lotus seat
Britain's Jolyon Palmer has been named as Lotus' second driver for the 2016 season.
Lotus close on second driver
Lotus now have a "pretty good idea" who will replace Haas-bound Romain Grosjean at the team in 2016, according to deputy chief Federico Gastaldi.
WATCH: Grosjean crashes out
Lotus driver Romain Grosjean crashed out heavily of the Russian GP after slamming into the barriers at Sochi.
Red Bull open to Renault return
Red Bull boss Christian Horner has refused to rule out reconciling with Renault in a desperate bid to keep the team in F1.
Renault 'three years behind'
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes Renault will only be able to compete against Mercedes and Ferrari in two or three years' time.
WATCH: Carmen Jorda exclusive
Lotus' Carmen Jorda joins Sky Sports in the studio to discuss her first year with the team and plans to test a Formula 1 car.
Lotus: 'Tasty' driver options
The Lotus team hope Renault's impending takeover means the "tasty drivers" left on the market for 2016 see their second seat as one worth having.
Grosjean dreams of Ferrari drive
Romain Grosjean said it would be "a dream" to drive for Ferrari ahead of his switch to Haas.
Renault agrees Lotus takeover
Renault has announced it has signed a letter of intent to buy back a controlling stake in Lotus.
Lotus facing court date
Renault's letter of intent to buy back Lotus is expected to help stave off the threat of administration in the case brought against the team by HMRC, which will be heard in the High Court on Monday.
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Renault inching towards Lotus
Renault is inching towards a takeover of the Lotus team, with an agreement in place, although Sky Sports understands that the deal is not yet signed and sealed.
WATCH: Maldonado's 2015 crashes
"It's the first one of this year from my side," Pastor Maldonado insisted to Sky Sports F1 after crashing out of Belgian GP practice.