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Lotus says nose will be difficult to copy

– Lotus believes that it will be difficult for rival teams to copy its striking twin tusk nose solution, which performed to expectations during its first official outing at the Bahrain International Circuit last week. The design, first revealed in the form of a digital rendered image late last month, has turned heads throughout the pit lane, with the sport's remaining ten teams opting for a 'dolphin' or 'anteater' approach. And Lotus Technical Director Nick Chester says it would take a lot of effort for it to be successfully copied. "Some teams have had the luck to have visibility [of the E22] quite early and I thought one or two teams might have tried it or maybe developed...
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