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Lotus could struggle at first two races - Grosjean

Getty Images Enlarge Romain Grosjean says Lotus is heading for the first two races without the preparation it needs to be ready to race at its full potential. An electrical problem and an issue with the car's MGU-K unit, which recovers energy from the rear axle to supplement power, meant Grosjean completed just 33 laps and was nearly nine seconds off the pace on Saturday. According to Grosjean, the constant barrage of problems since means the team is heading to the first few races unprepared. "The problem this year is that when you break something it takes between two and three hours to solve the problem," he said. "So if you have three issues in a day that's the end of the...
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