Romain Grosjean will start from the back row of the grid at his final race for Lotus after the team changed his gearbox following a problem in qualifying.
Renault is planning to announce details of its future involvement in Formula One next week as it closes on a final decision on whether to turn Lotus into a works team.
Sauber confirms GP3 driver Adderly Fong will take part in the Abu Dhabi tyre test alongside Marcus Ericsson in order to extend his superlicence.
Lotus' current owner Gerard Lopez says a deal to finalise the sale of his team to Renault is very close.
Pastor Maldonado has defended his move on Marcus Ericsson at the Brazilian Grand Prix, which saw him penalised by the stewards and incurred the wrath of Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn.
Lotus deputy team principal Federico Gastaldi has called on Formula One to review its business model ahead of next year.
Jolyon Palmer excited by potential of Renault as a works outfit ahead of his debut season in 2016 and insists Lotus expects the deal to be finalised soon.
Sauber boss frustrated by the crash-prone Pastor Maldonado after he collided with Marcus Ericsson at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean determined to score an unlikely podium at the Brazilian Grand Prix to pay tribute to the victims of Friday night's terrorist attacks in Paris.
Lotus CEO Matthew Carter says senior management is working 'flat out' to get a deal done with Renault and reveals a contingency plan involving Mercedes engines in 2016.
Romain Grosjean says he will have to earn lead driver status at Haas in 2016, with the team expected to unveil Esteban Gutierrez as its second driver on Friday.
2014 GP2 champion will replace Haas-bound Romain Grosjean alongside Pastor Maldonado next year regardless of outcome of ongoing Renault takeover talks.
Romain Grosjean admits impact of his Russian Grand Prix crash was so severe it broke seat of his Lotus and again praises modern F1 safety.
Former GP2 champion Jolyon Palmer says he is working on "two scenarios" for 2016 as he pushes for the Lotus seat vacated by Haas-bound Romain Grosjean
Lotus is close to deciding who will partner Pastor Maldonado at its team when it is taken over by Renault at the end of the year.
Pastor Maldonado has admitted his decision to leave Williams at the end of 2013 and join Lotus did not help his career.
Romain Grosjean thankful for F1 safety measures after walking away from heavy crash at the Sochi Autodrom.
Pastor Maldonado says he has been offered no guarantees about his future in Formula One as he waits on news about Renault's takeover of Lotus.
Lotus boss Federico Gastaldi says Venezuelan driver has a contract with the team until 2016 and confirms PDVSA have 'paid in advance' to secure his future.
Frenchman hopes for strong results in his final five races with Enstone-based Lotus team, which he departs at the end of 2015 for F1 debutants Haas.
Lotus deputy team principal Federico Gastaldi says his employees are extremely motivated by the news this week that Renault plans to go ahead with its takeover of the team.
Romain Grosjean wanted to drive for Renault's new works team next year but was not willing to wait for the deal to be sorted out.
Renault's confirmation it has signed a letter of intent to purchase Lotus is enough to be granted a 10-weekadjournment for the team's court case around unpaid bill to British tax authority HMRC.
Renault announces it has signed a letter of intent to purchase the Lotus team as the Enstone outfit returns to a UK court to resume a hearing with Britain's tax authority.
Bernie Ecclestone let Lotus mechanics eat at the Paddock Club canteen bar, with the cash-strapped team still locked out of Suzuka hospitality tent due to payment issues.