The tobacco brand JPS may be taking advantage of the return to Formula 1 of the black and gold livery that will be seen this year on the Lotus Renault GP team. Given that the team is taking advantage of the livery, to link itself to the efforts of JPS Team Lotus between 1972 and 1986, it is not outrageous for the tobacco company to do the same, particularly as this is not against law in countries that still allow point-of-sale advertising.
“I changed my office, the style of management. The only way was to erase everything or make it different, but not myself. I had nothing to lose,”
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“I don’t think it will be a matter solved by English courts,” Group Lotus chief executive Bahar told the BBC. “I think it will be solved before that.
“But if we have to go the legal way, we will — and our shareholders will support that,” he added, referring to the Malaysian carmaker Proton.