Romain Grosjean had a forgettable opening day in Melbourne Lotus had braced for a tough start to the Formula 1 season after troubled winter testing but were left mortified after Friday's opening day at the Australian Grand Prix, as Renault put up their hand and take the blame for the situation.
Renault Sport F1′s deputy managing director Rob White visibly squirmed in his chair as he tried to grasp for positives.
'The first race weekend is always a testing time and of course this year we're feeling particularly anxious because we're not as well prepared as we would have liked to have been,' he told reporters.
'Once again we're behind where we'd like to be and the task now is to try and...
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