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Topic - Lotus
Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen criticized the team Friday for not paying his salary this season and threatened to skip the final two races of the season in protest.
Facing possible interest from Red Bull, Lotus says it will try to persuade Kimi Raikkonen to stay in 2014.
IndyCar has released Lotus from its contract, leaving Chevrolet and Honda as the only two engine suppliers for the upcoming season.
Sebastien Bourdais will race for the 2013 IndyCar championship with Dragon Racing.
This season was long ago earmarked as the pivotal year for IndyCar to begin the long climb back into relevance.
IndyCar driver Sebastien Bourdais is staying upbeat for someone whose year began with what he calls "a winter of hell," then got worse.
Alex Tagliani led a Honda sweep in qualifying at Texas Motor Speedway, where drivers debated the rule package mandated by IndyCar as the series returns to a high-banked oval for the first time since Dan Wheldon's death.
Oriol Servia heads to Texas Motor Speedway in the spotlight as the de facto driver spokesman for IndyCar safety.
Sebastien Bourdais knew that once Dragon Racing's deal with Lotus went bad it was going to be difficult to overcome.
This Indianapolis 500 already has plenty of drama: panic over the size of the field, engine shortages, legal wrangling and issues with underperforming Lotus. Toss in $275,000 worth of fines against 13 teams, and IndyCar has a real soap opera bubbling right before its biggest race.
Jay Penske risked his whole Indianapolis 500 race program on finding two new engines before qualifying began.
Honda already has one big win at this year's Indianapolis 500.
Honda could be getting a bigger boost than expected at this year's Indianapolis 500.
Dragon Racing's legal battle with engine manufacturer Lotus may keep the team off the track Thursday at Indianapolis.
Bryan Herta will try to win this year's Indianapolis 500 with the same engine that took him to Victory Lane last year.