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Lopez: We got caught on the back-foot, the car is nowhere near where it should be

Lopez: We got caught on the back-foot, the car is nowhere near where it should be 25 March, 2014 Lotus chairman Gerard Lopez has admitted that that his team was caught on the back-foot at the season opening Australian Grand Prix earlier this month, and although he expects difficult times ahead he also sees light at the end of the tunnel. Speaking to The National during a function in Dubai to announce the extension of the team's sponsorship deal with property developer Emaar, Lopez said, 'We got caught on the back-foot. The first race was like a half-length testing session for us.' 'The car is nowhere near where it should be and yet, even then, had we finished the race with an adequate...
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