Newly appointed Lotus deputy team principal Federico Gastaldi says the team is 'ready to fight' and has warned doubters to wait and see what they can achieve with the Renault-powered E22.
Despite a disastrous start to the 2014 season in Australia, he is confident that the Enstone-based outfit can bounce back and recover: 'If you look at it logically, Renault Sport F1 are the reigning world championship winning engine partner, so how is it possible to go from there to nothing?
'They will deliver the right package to all of us which will enable Lotus F1 Team to be at the front once again. We’re a smaller team – we’re not Mercedes or Ferrari or McLaren, but we have enormous pure...
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