Lotus team principal Eric Boullier admits the squad need to make sure that Kimi Raikkonen suffers no further DNFs if he is to stay alive in the fight for the title.
The 33-year-old was forced to retire with a brake problem last time out in Belgium, bringing to an end his record of 27 grands prix inside the points while it was also his first DNF since 2009.
To add insult to injury, Championship leader Sebastian Vettel won the race at Spa to leave fourth-placed Raikkonen 63 points adrift.
Boullier knows the team needs to make sure the Finn gets back on the podium as quickly as possible.
"We need to get Kimi back on the podium and consistently," he said. "His DNF in Spa was the...
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