Dacia denies reports of Formula 1 project 20 January, 2014 Colin Kolles The budget Romanian car manufacturer Dacia has distanced itself from reports linking it with a Formula 1 project. The unlikely name was mentioned in connection with Romanian former Force India and HRT boss Colin Kolles, who has reportedly expressed interest in entering a team to fill the vacant eleventh pitlane slot in 2015. Dacia, known for its unspectacular Logan and Duster models, and owned since 1999 by Renault, denied the news. “We know nothing about these reports,” a spokesperson is quoted by the Dutch website Racexpress. “There has been no mention of interest, and time is much too short.” (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsArrivederci to Mattiacci as Arrivabene becomes Ferrari F1 bossMallya: Red Bull cheats on the regulationsMattiacci future as Ferrari F1 boss uncertainKing Juan Carlos: Fernando told me he is going to join McLarenNew reports link Brawn, Costa, Bottas with FerrariEcclestone ready to tear up F1 money contractsNewey says all F1 cars’ front wings flexingAbu Dhabi Grand Prix post-race quotesAbu Dhabi Grand Prix: Teams press conferenceCaterham administrator to probe ex-management captain tortuga 11th slot? 12th slot i suppose you mean? we have eleven team at the moment, or did i mist an article about Lotus going bankrupt?