Lotus insist there were no team orders at the Korean Grand Prix and say they will keep that policy at Japan this weekend.
Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean were battling over second place during the closing stages at the Yeongam track on Sunday, but the latter was told not to risk anything and he eventually finished third.
Team principal Eric Boullier dismissed suggestions they used team orders. "We want our drivers to race for the best results for the team, so if you have the opportunity of a two-three with both drivers - and there is no Drivers' Championship consideration - you will let them fight for the positions and rely on their good sense not to take each other off," he...
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