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Lotus: Certainly not our finest moment

Lotus F1 Team endured a double retirement in today’s Canadian Grand Prix after Pastor Maldonado and Romain Grosjean both returned their cars to the pit garage before the end of the 70-lap race. Pastor suffered from a power unit related issue whilst Romain’s rear wing was damaged. Romain started from fourteenth position on new super soft tyres, changing to new softs on laps 11 and 46. He retired on lap 59. Pastor started from seventeenth position on new soft tyres. He retired on lap 21. Romain Grosjean, DNF, E22-03: “Today was not great in terms of pace for me, however there are some positives looking forwards. We can see that a Renault Sport F1 team can win a race so we have a target...
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