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Monaco will suit Lotus, claims Chester

Lotus F1 technical director Nick Chester believes that next weekend's Monaco Grand prix could prove to be a major turning point for a team slowly improving after a disastrous start to 2014. While the likes of Red Bull and McLaren found themselves further from the pace than they would have wanted over the first few races of the new season, Lotus' hopes were dashed more heavily as its E22 struggled with both car and engine concerns. In the past couple of races, however, the black-and-gold machine has been moving up the order and the Enstone team was boosted further by a strong showing in this week's Barcelona group test. Chester, however, reckons that the true barometer of its improvement...
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