A Social Network of Lotus Enthusiasts
LotusPALS is a social network for Lotus owners and enthusiasts in the Philadelphia Area Lotus Society and Lotus Enthusiasts Organization.
New York City Metro
and Northeastern Maryland
Lotus cars, Lotus conversation, and plenty of food. What could possibly go wrong? More details later. * On Google Maps. About 4 miles from US-1 and about 7 miles from I-95 exits #93 and #100.
MBNA and Lotus Limited have an agreement on track days. Even if you are not an MBNA or LL member you can participate in this event. Details of the event in the link below.https://www.motorsportreg.…
LOTUS PALS NORTHERN EXPOSURE 2020 Dear Lotus Enthusiasts, Meet the Pennsylvania WildsPlease join us the weekend of Oct. 1-4 for a tour of some of the most beautiful country roads in the East.... Th…
Jim Clark Special Edition Evora GT410 Sport 2018
The 100,000th Lotus was earmarked as a specially liveried Evora 410 Sport. Commemorating the tragic death of Jim Clark 50 years ago, the…Continue
Posted by Kyle Kaulback on March 28, 2020 at 8:51am
A workbench…seriously?? Well yes, it's true. Ron Hickman, while serving as Lotus Director of Engineering in 1961, designed the portable workbench that was eventually marketed as the B&D Workmate.…Continue
Exige Cup 430 Type 25 2018
The Exige Cup 430 is already a road legal track car in Europe with a 430hp version of the 3.5 liter supercharged engine mated to a gated 6 speed manual…Continue
Posted by Kyle Kaulback on February 8, 2020 at 8:56am
Not the most graceful beauty to come down the pike - although someone must find it attractive, right? - but the Consulier GTP was wicked fast during its IMSA road-racing career.
Starting in 1986, running against and beating the major…Continue
Posted by Stephen Harris on January 31, 2020 at 5:30pm
Mansory Lotus Evora S 2012-16
After working with Mansory on the Evora GTE, Lotus announced it would collaborate with the Swiss design studio and make it an “official customization studio”.…Continue
Posted by Kyle Kaulback on January 4, 2020 at 8:03am
Ayrton Senna scored his first Formula 1 victory driving the Lotus 97T John Player Special in the 1985 Portugese Grand Prix at Estoril. German company Cam-Shaft Premium Wrapping, on the 18th anniversary of his tragic death at the 1994 San Marino…Continue
Posted by Stephen Harris on January 2, 2020 at 6:14pm