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Lotus won't be in 'stable position' until May?

Lotus probably won't be able to compete at the level its wants until May, when the circus returns to Europe for the Spanish Grand Prix, technical director, Nick Chester has admitted.His comments come in the countdown to the back-to-back races in Malaysia and Bahrain and in the wake of a tough weekend in Australia, scene of the opening round in the 2014 F1 World Championship, in which Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado both failed to finish.“It is difficult to make a strong prediction after the weekend we have just had in Australia, especially with the limited mileage under our belt,” he said, when asked when the team will be able to make 'significant' progress and be back challenging...
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