Romain Grosjean is hoping for a more straightforward race weekend in Malaysia and says the Lotus team is targeting big improvements.
The Frenchman retired from the 2014 season opener in Australia on lap 43, admitting that the Enstone-based outfit used the race as a long test session. However, strong improvements were made over the weekend and Grosjean is confident that the team can make further steps forward at the Sepang International Circuit.
'The first challenge in Malaysia will be the heat, humidity and usual rain storms at 4pm,' he said. 'For us as a team, the target is to move forwards and improve. The race in Melbourne was basically a good, long test. It wasn’t easy for the guys...
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