The new Lotus F1 team will reveal its 2010 F1 driver line-up on Monday.
Jarno Trulli has long been linked with one of the seats. He has worked with Lotus’s chief technical director Mike Gascoyne several times before, often during the most successful parts of Trulli’s career: at Jordan in 2000, at Renault in 2003 and at Toyota in 2005.
This will make Lotus the first of the new teams to confirm its 2010 driver pairing, although Virgin will follow them on Tuesday by announcing Lucas di Grassi as their second driver.
In the meantime Lotus’s official site has been updated with some more information about the people behind the team.
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