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    David Guetta turns F1 racer in Dangerous video clip (VIDEO)

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    Lotus F1 team and Romain Grosjean team up with DJ David Guetta for new music video.

    Music videos these days are becoming ridiculous quite frankly. Look up Anaconda by Niki Minaj – or don’t and save yourself three minutes of wondering how one’s bottom becomes so disproportionately large. There’s no real story line or meaning behind the video, it’s all about getting attention and for all the wrong reasons.

    Anyway, we’ve got slightly off topic here. Because, French DJ David Guetta has a new music video out and it’s about F1 racing – or at least it seems to be, Lotus F1 driver Romain Grosjean drives his race car in it and everything! Predictably, teammate Pastor Maldonado does not feature in the clip, presumably he crashed his car in practice before filming begun.

    Anyway, enough rambling, check out the video!

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  • News

    Twitter Backlash: Lotus F1 Apologizes For ‘Controversial’ Pro-Gay Tweet

    Lotus F1 Gay tweet

    The Lotus Formula One Team got in the spirit of the games and tweeted a good luck message to everyone in the Winter Olympics, before the Opening Ceremony on Friday.

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    The F1 team are known for being more controversial on Twitter (they produced a comical set of rule changes for example, after gaining double points in the last race this season) and the good luck  caption was accompanied with an image of two men kissing, presumably showing their support for gay athletes, in a stand against new anti “gay propaganda” legislation in Russia and fears of violence in Sochi.

    However, the Lotus Formula One team later deleted the tweet and apologized , stating  that the original tweet was “unauthorized.” They wrote, “We would like to sincerely apologise for an unauthorized message posted on our Twitter account today & will ensure this cannot happen again”.

    One reason for deleting the tweet, could be to stay in the good side of Russia. There are multiple business interests, firstly beccause Russia is set to host its first Grand Prix later this season on a track around the Sochi Olympic Park, and secondly, the BBC have claimed that the Lotus F1 team is hoping to close a deal with Russian mobile phone company Yotaphone, to sell it 10 percent of the team.

    It seems this recent post took it a step too far for the sponsors, risking their grand plans!

    Here is some of the backlash it got on twitter:

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