Lotus team principal Eric Boullier has spoken about the radio message that was sent to Kimi Raikkonen during the Indian Grand Prix, forcefully commanding him to move out of his team-mate Romain Grosjean's way.
The Finn was struggling on worn tyres as he attempted to complete a one-stop strategy. Grosjean was battling with Massa at the time and the team felt that a potential podium could be lost to the Ferrari driver if he was held up by his team-mate.
Speaking about the incident – which didn't go down well with Raikkonen – Boullier denied team orders were used, saying: 'Romain was two seconds a lap faster than Kimi at that time, so it was not even a team order. By asking Kimi...
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