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Grosjean: Lotus could still be on back foot at Malaysia

One of the teams most beset by technical problems heading into the 2014 world championship season is Lotus. A small internal fire for the E22 on Friday for Pastor Maldonado was followed by another problem-strewn day on Saturday that limited Romain Grosjean's time on the track to just 33 laps."This morning we had an electrical thing that was broken, but it was at the fan of the gear box," explained Grosjean. "By the time we came back here it was 11.30 in the morning. "Then things were going pretty much okay [but] we had an issue with the MGU-K [energy recovery system] in the afternoon," he continued. "As it was half past three, with the time to change...
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