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Grosjean feeling positive ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix

Romain Grosjean is feeling positive ahead of the next round on the F1 2014 calendar in Austria, saying Lotus is making progress with the Renault-powered E22. The Frenchman retired from the last race in Canada with rear wing damage but despite the disappointing result, he feels the team is making steps forward and says he is being 'won round' by the new-spec cars. When asked what his outlook is ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix, he replied: 'I am positive. Even though the end result in Canada might not show it, we’ve actually made good progress with the car and it’s starting to feel like a real racer in how it handles and how all the systems feel. 'This is very important to me as it...
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