Romain Grosjean has questioned whether Lotus will manage more than a handful of laps during Sunday's Australian Grand Prix.
The Frenchman believes the team are paying a heavy price for a lack of pre-season testing after the team chose to skip the first Jerez test and then failed to complete many laps in Bahrain.
Grosjean failed to make it out during FP1, whilst Pastor Maldonado managed a single lap and then failed to go out during FP2. Grosjean meanwhile span out, ending his session early.
'We are not on top of everything right now,' he said. 'That's when you pay for the fact that you didn't do much mileage in winter testing.
'Unfortunately we will have to learn here. I did hope it...
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