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Lotus: Monaco performance unacceptable

– Lotus F1 Trackside Operations Director Alan Permane has said the Enstone team will work hard now for Canada in a bid to 'correct the issues' seen in Monaco and get 'back up to an acceptable level of performance'.Pastor Maldonado was unable to even start the race on Sunday due to a fuel pump issue on the grid, and while Romain Grosjean did score in the sister car, despite getting tagged by Adrian Sutil on the opening lap, Permane still felt the weekend was 'disappointing'."It has been a disappointing weekend for us," he confirmed. "Pastor's car didn't make it to the start of the race because of what looks like a fuel pump problem. Romain was hit from behind the first...
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