LONDON, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Formula One's GP2 feeder series will have rival Lotus-backed teams racing against each other next season. Lotus Motorsport, part of the Malaysian-owned car company, said in a statement they would be providing technical and engineering support "for the foreseeable future" to championship winners ART in GP2 and GP3. ART team manager Frederic Vasseur added: "The goal is clear: winning together the future GP2 and GP3 championships. I can't wait to see the new ...
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