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Is it economically viable to continue hosting the F1 Grand Prix?

GIVEN the current economic climate, it is understandable that there are calls for Malaysia to stop hosting the Formula One Grand Prix “for a while”. But what if the GP is gone for good?

Hardship only propels Sujithra forward in life

KUALA LUMPUR: K. Sujithra is only 12 years old. Yet, she has endured so much hardship to not only excel in squash but also in her studies.

Malaysia's contract to host F1 extended to 2015

Malaysia's contract to host the prestigious Formula One Grand Prix has been extended to 2015, the Motorsports Commission of Malaysia (MCM) announced pn Friday.

Malaysia to host F1 race until 2015

Malaysia's contract to host the prestigious Formula One Grand Prix has been extended to 2015, the Motorsports Commission of Malaysia (MCM) announced on Friday.

Lotus no longer title sponsor of Lotus F1 team

LONDON: A title sponsorship agreement between loss-making Malaysian-owned sports­car maker Group Lotus and Lotus F1 has been cancelled but the team will race on as Lotus, owner Gerard Lopez said on Friday.

Proton holds rights to buy 10 percent of Lotus F1

(Reuters) - Group Lotus owner Proton loaned Lotus F1 $47.71 million and retains the rights to purchase 10 percent of the Formula One team despite the end of a title sponsorship agreement, the car maker said on Wednesday.

F1 team owners Genii interested in buying Lotus

JEREZ, Spain (Reuters) - Lotus Formula One team owners Genii Capital would be interested in buying the loss-making Lotus Group from Malaysian parent Proton, chairman Gerard Lopez said on Monday.

Genii interested in buying Lotus

JEREZ: Lotus Formula One team owners Genii Capital would be interested in buying the loss-making Lotus Group from Malaysian parent Proton, chairman Gerard Lopez said on Monday.       

Formula One joins other firms in hitting IPO brakes

LONDON/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Motor sport racing company Formula One has delayed its Singapore initial public offer worth up to $3 billion, the fifth big Asian IPO to be postponed or pulled in a week, as weak markets bring the global market for new listings to a shuddering halt.

Formula One joins other firms in hitting IPO brakes

LONDON/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Motor sport racing company Formula One has delayed its Singapore initial public offer worth up to $3 billion, the fifth big Asian IPO to be postponed or pulled in a week, as weak markets bring the global market for new listings to a shuddering halt.