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Grosjean: Reliability is key

Romain Grosjean has admitted that Lotus's late start to pre-season testing leaves them struggling in the wake of rivals ahead of the first race in Melbourne next month.Speaking after handing the team's new E22 its official debut in Bahrain, the Frenchman admitted that, for Lotus at least, the emphasis ahead of the Australian GP is purely on ensuring the car's reliability. On Sky Sports D1: Ask Crofty Bahrain Test One February 19, 2014 9:15pm Remote Record Get a Sky Sports Day Pass Upgrade to Sky Sports It appears increasingly the case that some teams, particularly those using Mercedes power, who have enjoyed a relatively trouble-free start to F1's new technological era will have greater...
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