Nick Chester believes Lotus will be back on an even keel with the Formula One pacesetters by the time the Bahrain Grand Prix takes place at the start of April.
The Enstone team goes into the season's opening race in Australia later this month somewhat unprepared for the upcoming season.
After opting out of the season's opening winter testing session at Jerez, Lotus had a number of problems during the following two sessions in Bahrain, with both their E22 car and its Renault power unit proving problematic.
Following the conclusion of the second Bahrain test last week, Chester told N that they weren't able to complete their objectives for the test at Sakhir but are confident of having the...
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