Marussia Motors, a manufacturer of sports cars, recently folded, but its demise has had no effect on the Banbury-based Formula One team.
'We don't really know an awful lot about the car company, other than – as we understand it – they have cut costs and let staff go,' Lowdon told Press Association Sport.
'Contrary to some reports we've never been owned by the car company.
'We've a common shareholder in Andrey Cheglakov, a shareholder in the car company and a major shareholder in the F1 team.
'Although there is obviously a marketing link, beyond that there is no direct impact on us at all.
'Financially we're fine, or as much as a Formula One team can be!'
Lowdon does not feel there is likely to be a change in team name either, adding: 'As it stands at the moment there is no plan to change.
'The whole Marussia concept goes beyond a car business, and we've not had any approach from Andrey to suggest otherwise at present.
'So it's business as usual.' Mail Online