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Lotus could find Canada tricky, admits tech chief

Lotus F1 technical director Nick Chester is taking nothing for granted ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix, suggesting that the team's E22 may struggle on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Although Romain Grosjean has scored points in each of the last two races, in Spain and Monaco, Chester admitted the car had not performed as expected in the Principality and might not be best suited to the Montreal circuit this weekend. “It's probably going to be a b it of a tricky one,” he conceded, “On the one hand, we're going to have the soft and super-soft tyres, which should be better for us. On the other hand, Canada's got long straights, which we feel might not be great for us. “There are also...
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