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Lotus 'still in learning stage'

2014 has been a hugely frustrating year for Lotus so far Sutton Images Enlarge New Lotus deputy principal Federico Gastaldi admits the team is still a long way behind its rivals, but is adamant it will be in a position to close the gap when F1 returns to Europe in May. Both Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado endured a frustrating opening weekend as it became clear how much work Lotus needs to do to be a competitive outfit in 2014. Gastaldi, who became Gerard Lopez's deputy at the start of the weekend in Melbourne, is braced for more of the same in Malaysia as the team makes up for time lost over the winter testing period. "[The aim is] to keep learning," Gastaldi told the...
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