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Grosjean: There is more to come in Spain

– Romain Grosjean believes the Lotus F1 Team will show further improvement at Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya next week. Grosjean suffered his second retirement of the year in China last month, but after making it through to the top-ten in qualifying and after running relatively strongly in the race until stopped by gearbox issues, he remains positive. "The gearbox problem was obviously a big disappointment. But the overall picture for the whole weekend [in Shanghai] was 90 per cent positive. We didn't get a reward at the end, but we know we made a step in the right direction with the car. Before the problem in the race we were the second Renault team, also in front of the...
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