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Maldonado: We will make progress in Bahrain

– Pastor Maldonado is confident Lotus will continue to improve this weekend in Bahrain and has said Malaysia was 'clearly' a step forwards. The Enstone team has struggled so far this season, but while Maldonado retired in Sepang on Sunday, the squad still got a boost of sorts when Romain Grosjean got his E22 to the chequered flag, coming home in eleventh place, just outside the points. “From the start [in Malaysia] we were losing a lot of power which meant I had to retire in order to protect the engine. Despite that though, the weekend was clearly a step forwards,” Maldonado reflected. “Since the Saturday, we were able to run far more with the car and Romain was able to finish...
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