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Lotus hopeful of becoming lead Renault team

Lotus could replace Red Bull as the leading Renault powered outfit according to the team's technical director Nick Chester. The outfit, despite missing the first test in Jerez, was the fastest of the four teams using Renault's V6 power unit and, whilst they may not have completed the most mileage, Chester is confident they can leap ahead of the championship winning team. "I think we could be the lead Renault team," he said on the final day of testing in Bahrain. "We certainly haven't gone badly this week in comparison to the other Renault teams and I know they are having a few problems. "All we can do already at the moment is just focus on ourselves and do the best job...
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