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Lotus improved by two-seconds in China - Lopez

Lotus team owner Gerard Lopez believes the outfit made a two-second step forward in China thanks to engine equality from Renault. It's widely known that Renault are focusing its updates on Red Bull and Toro Rosso before they filter down to Lotus and Caterham one or two races later. Lotus finally received the updated power unit for the Chinese Grand Prix, which Red Bull and its sister team had been using in Bahrain and Lopez believes it's seen the team make a major gain. "We saw a clear step up from Renault's side in China," he is quoted as saying by Autosport. "The guys are almost talking about two seconds, which is huge. "The car is good. Romain [Grosjean] had some...
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