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Lotus won t be happy until it s on top step of podium

Lotus deputy team principal Federico Gastaldi insists that the Enstone squad will not be satisfied with its 2014 F1 campaign unless it gets to the front of the field. The first four rounds have been an exercise in frustration for Gastaldi and co, with Lotus still without a point despite the best efforts of Romain Grosjean in China two weekends ago. The Frenchman hauled the E22 into the pole position shoot-out in qualifying and was able to run inside the top ten until gearbox gremlins forced him into retirement shortly after half-distance. With three weeks between Shanghai and the first European race of the year, in Barcelona, next weekend, Lotus – in common with the rest of the field –...
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