Romain Grosjean has accepted Lotus' decision not to impose team orders during Sunday's Korean GP, according to Alan Permane.
Running second and third behind Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen overtook his team-mate when Grosjean made a "mistake" and held onto the position throughout the closing stages.
Grosjean was visible unhappy but was told by his team to put on a "big ******* smile on the podium, big ******* smile."
However, having calmed down later, Lotus trackside operations director Permane says his driver accepts the team's decision.
"He was annoyed - and justifiably," Permane told Autosport
"We have let Kimi past him a couple of times this year,...
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