The Lotus F1 team endured a torrid Monaco Grand Prix qualifying session that saw both drivers eliminated at the second stage. Romain Grosjean will start from 14th on the grid, while team-mate Pastor Maldonado will start one place behind him in 15th. The two drivers struggled for pace around the twisty Monte Carlo circuit.
Grosjean ended up 14th and missed out on a third consecutive appearance in the third part of qualifying by four tenths of a second. The Frenchman knew it was going to be difficult in Monaco, but he feels there is a lot of pace to come out of the E22 chassis.
“Unfortunately we were not fast enough,” admitted Grosjean. “We were hoping that the warmer conditions might...
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