Motor racing-Lotus extends Renault engine deal

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By Ossian Shine SINGAPORE, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Anglo-Malaysian Formula One outfit Team Lotus confirmed on Sunday it was extending its Renault engine deal through to the end of 2013 and said its aim was to continue to work together when new engine regulations come into force the following year. The team, headed by AirAisa airline entrepreneur Tony Fernandes, also said at the Singapore Grand Prix that it would next season use a KERS system provided by Red Bull Technology. "Having ...

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