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Q&A with Matthew Carter and Nick Chester

Lotus CEO Matthew Carter and Technical Director Nick Chester talk through the challenges faced in 2014, the current status, and stability of the team.Enstone's new CEO, Matthew Carter, gives his take on the state of play for Lotus F1 Team heading into the 2014 season.How would you describe the 2014 specification Lotus F1 Team?Matthew Carter: I think it's no secret to say that last year, while very positive on the track, was challenging off the track. This year, 2014, we're looking to be as successful away from the track as we are on it. With that in mind, we have a new financial stability which will allow us to go forwards, develop the car and hopefully enable us to be challenging right at...
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