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Jim Clark -Tribute To A Champion by Eric Dymock (Haynes Publishing, hardback, pounds 24.99)

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ICS backs founder threatened with ban

Peter Hall, chairman of Industrial Control Services, yesterday won the backing of his company against official moves to disqualify him as a director.

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The Malaysian car maker Proton yesterday completed the acquisition of Lotus and pledged to double production of the Elise sportscar at the company's Hethel plant in Norfolk.

Lotus sells stake to Malaysian millionaire

Lotus, the Norfolk-based sports car and engineering group, will today announce that it is selling a stake in the business to the Malaysian millionaire who controls the Proton car company.

Lotus in talks with Proton over link-up

Lotus Cars, the troubled British sports car and consulting firm, said yesterday that it was in talks with a Malaysian car maker over a "technical collaboration".

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