Pastor Maldonado is certain that the Lotus F1 Team will make progress at this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix and is hoping for improved reliability.
The Venezuelan driver retired from last weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix after a problem with his power-unit's turbo, but his team-mate Romain Grosjean did manage to reach the chequered flag.
Looking back at the race, he said: 'The weekend was clearly a step forwards. Since the Saturday, we were able to run far more with the car and Romain was able to finish the race. We’re not the only ones with issues so early in the season. This is all related to the complex packages in the car, but we learnt a lot and will make progress for Bahrain.'
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