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Lotus expect pecking order to change during year

Lotus technical director Nick Chester is expecting a higher than usual rate of development throughout the season thanks to the regulation overhaul. With new regulations comes new opportunities to exploit the technical roles, and for that reason Chester believes the competitive order could change throughout the season. "We're all still getting used to the new regulations so I expect there will be a much higher rate of development through the season as we learn more about these cars," he said. "This will probably mean that the competitive order shuffles somewhat over the course of the year as different teams unlock the potential of their cars at different rates." Chester...
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