Lotus were "annoyed" in Singapore on Sunday night as one driver's retirement resulted in the other achieving a podium finish.
Romain Grosjean had a strong start to his Singapore Grand Prix and had looked to be incontension for a top-three result before an engine issue resulted in his retirement.
The visibly frustrated Frenchman was called into the pits for engine partner Renault to refill his compressed air reservoir only for him to park his E21 laps later.
Grosjean's demise, though, meant when the 61 laps played out, his team-mate Kimi Raikkonen was on the podium.
"We've never been so annoyed to get a podium," Lotus trackside operations director Alan Permane told...
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