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Lotus’ biggest challenge is ‘continuing development’

Matthew Carter, the man charged with overseeing the future of the Lotus F1 team, believes that the company has 'a strong and stable base', but admits that there will always be challenges to overcome.Carter replaced Patrick Louis as CEO of the Enstone equipe in early January and has spent the past few weeks weighing up the task of keeping Lotus relevant in F1, particularly with the loss of star driver Kimi Raikkonen, team principal Eric Boullier and the non-appearance of Quantum Motorsports as potential financial investor which, is it widely assumed, led to the team signing Pastor Maldonado over Nico Hulkenberg.“I think it's no secret to say that last year, while very positive on the...
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