Lotus F1 Team
Lotus trackside operations director Alan Permane believes that Romain Grosjean has been getting ‘better and better' through the 2013 season.
Grosjean had a low key start to 2013 after some controversial moments in 2012, but finished on the podium in Germany and qualified in third place in Singapore.
'I think Romain himself has made – I wouldn't call it a breakthrough – but since the Nurburgring, Hungary, he's just been getting better and better and better,' said Permane.
While Grosjean ended up retiring in Singapore, Permane nonetheless feels that the Frenchman has made good progress.
'When it counted he had a difficult Friday [in Singapore], he had a few car...
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