* Proton determined to stop Fernandes using Lotus name * Malaysian carmaker threatens action (Adds details, quotes) By Alan Baldwin LONDON, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Proton, the Malaysian car manufacturer that owns Lotus sportscars, squared up for a fight with team boss Tony Fernandes on Monday over his use of the brand in Formula One. The company said in a statement that it had terminated a licence for Fernandes' 1 Malaysia Racing Team to compete as Lotus Racing and would also "take all ...
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