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Grosjean: Sometimes we drive at only 30 percent

Lotus F1 Team Lotus's Romain Grosjean says that the new driving techniques for 2014 are 'slightly frustrating'  but insists that drivers will have to adapt. Grosjean retired from the season opening Australian Grand Prix but says the feeling is less fun than previous years due to sometimes driving at only '30 percent'. "It is not quite as pleasant as before to be honest," he said of driving a Grand Prix. "There is a lot of energy recovery to deal with and optimise. You cannot drive most of the Grand Prix at 90 per cent as before, sometimes now it is only 30 per cent. "We just have to get used to it. When you win you love it and when you retire, you don’t. At the...
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