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20Rubens Barrichello shifting from F1 to Indy

Rubens Barrichello may be down, but he most definitely is not out.

20Rubens Barrichello next F1 driver to follow Lotus to Indy?

There once was a time when Indy was considered not just a stepping stone to F1, but a viable alternative. Those were the days when proven grand prix drivers looking for a new challenge – drivers like like Nigel Mansell, Emerson Fittipaldi, Graham Hill and Mario Andretti – could take to America's fastest ovals and obtain glory on par with Europe's finest circuits. Those days may seem long behind us, but they could be coming back around.

9Lotus to expand involvement in Indy, GP2, GP3, GT and Le Mans racing

To say that Lotus has its hands full would be a gross understatement. In addition to the five new concept cars which the British automaker and engineering firm unveiled in Paris this year, Lotus is also expanding its racing programs in a big way. The House that Colin Built expressed its intentions to do so nearly a year ago, but as with the complete revamp of its entire product range, we didn't expect anything quite this drastic. Looks like we ought to be listening when the folks at Lotus speak.

15Officially Official: Lotus, Cosworth back in the IndyCar series

Lotus Cosworth KV Racing IndyCar rendering – Click above for high-res image gallery

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