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The Lotus team will race in a black and gold colour scheme next season in a move that echoes the changing face of the historic Team Lotus.
Lotus are racing in green and yellow in 2010, as Team Lotus did in the 1960s before adopting the black and gold of a cigarette sponsor in the 1970s.
A Lotus spokesman said: "We've been planning it for a while and it's something we're excited about."
Ironically, the team are expected to abandon the Lotus name next season.
They have been caught in a dispute with Malaysian car company Proton, which owns Lotus Cars, over the use of the name.
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Lotus Racing boss Tony Fernandes has bought the rights to use the historic Team Lotus name, but after an intervention by the Malaysian government is expected to back down from trying to use it in F1.
Lotus Cars will sponsor the Renault team next year, and they will almost certainly be called Lotus Renault, in the same way other teams' title sponsors are included in the official team name.
The Lotus Renault deal is expected to be announced in the course of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix this weekend.
It has been speculated in F1 that Fernandes has pushed ahead with plans to use the black and gold colour scheme following the row over the ownership of the Lotus name because he knows it will anger Lotus Cars and Proton.
It is not yet known what the current Lotus Racing team will be called next year.
The Lotus spokesman added: "It's a natural evolution for us from green and yellow - and it's something Lotus fans around the world would respect."