The series will then culminate with two Lotus Festivals, with provisional dates for Donington Park in the UK (16th & 17th October 2010) and the second at Vallelunga in Italy (21st and 22nd November 2010). All the competitors from around Europe will be invited to race at these festivals and there will be double points on offer. The championship winner will be the driver who accrues the most number of points from a maximum of 6 races over the 2010 season.

A prize fund of at least €100,000 will be available. The final design and specifications will be presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2010.

Drivers are invited to register their interest at the Lotus Evora Cup website:
http://www.lotusevoracup.com

The Evora Cup race car will go on sale at £120,000 excluding taxes.

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