Motor racing-Court recognises both positions in F1 Lotus row


MONACO, May 27 (Reuters) - Formula One's rival Malaysian-backed Lotus teams both claimed victory in a London High Court battle over the use of the name in grand prix racing on Friday. The judge ruled that Team Lotus, led by AirAsia aviation entrepreneur Tony Fernandes, could continue to compete under that name. However only Group Lotus, the sportscar maker and title sponsors of former champions Renault, can compete as 'Lotus' on their own and also have the right to the Lotus marque on ...

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