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Lotus aims for revival by round three

Lotus was hit with a multitude of problems in both Bahrain tests Sutton Images Enlarge Related Links Feature: Who's hot and who's not after the final test Lotus technical director Nick Chester insists the team can be back on a level par with the front runners by round three if they can put their engine woes behind them. Lotus heads to Australia in perhaps the most worrying shape of any team on the grid, with a multitude of problems on both their's and Renault's side of the garage. The team ran out of time at the second Bahrain test to complete their objectives, but Chester believes they could be back among the contenders by the time they return to the Sakhir circuit on April 6 if they...
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