Force India has joined in the hurrying to turn into Renault’s works group, it rose after the Belgian formel 1 grand prix on Sunday. The news is amazing, after prior reports the battling Enstone based group Lotus – in the past the completely Renault-claimed outfit – was near securing the arrangement.
Lotus’ late money related inconveniences hit their most noteworthy apparatus at Spa-Francorchamps, with bailiffs coming back to the circuit after Sunday’s race to appropriate the dark and gold autos. The matter identifies with court activity brought by disappointed previous store driver Charles Pic.
It comes in spite of an enthusiastic Romain Grosjean getting through on Sunday for Lotus’ first platform since 2013. At the point when gotten some information about the group’s undeniable issues, the Frenchman said: “In the auto you don’t consider it. I simply focus on making a decent showing as the rest is out of my hands.”
It is trusted Lotus’ best and maybe just risk of minor survival now is the touted buyout manage Renault. In any case, now it develops that F1 legend Alain Prost, a Renault envoy, flew out to Spa-Francorchamps at the weekend to open converses with Power India’s Vijay Mallya.
Renault’s present time of uncertainty is just increase the French marque’s strain with Red Bull, its current F1 accomplice. The story likewise ties in with reports at the weekend that Red Bull is currently set to end its 2016 agreement with Renault.
“The unavoidable issue is what Renault’s arrangements are for the future,” conceded group supervisor Christian Horner. “We have a concurrence with Renault until the end of 2016, so whatever else that is being bandied about the enclosure right now is unadulterated theory,” he is cited by Rate Week.
What Red Bull can’t cover up is the potential for an option tie-up with Mercedes power for 2016, despite the fact that that would make the previous title holders a unimportant motor ‘client’. On that, Horner said: “For every one of these years we have been a client of Renault. But then we won four big showdowns.