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Lotus boss says Mercedes unstoppable this season

Gerard Lopez Lotus team owner Gerard Lopez has conceded that Mercedes is strolling to the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship title. Asked about the championship prospects of the Enstone team, who are still yet to score a single point after a disastrous start, he said: 'First of all, we can forget about Mercedes. 'They will continue to do their one-twos,' Lopez told Auto Motor und Sport. 'Red Bull has also made great progress so they will also be difficult (to compete with). But behind them it is interesting,' he said. Indeed, after a disastrous start to 2014 for the Renault-powered team, Lotus is finally beginning to make progress, with Romain Grosjean fighting in the points in China until...
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