Lotus deputy team principal Federico Gastaldi says failing to finish the Canadian GP "hurt" as once again the team failed to fulfill their potential.
Romain Grosjean retired from the Montreal race when his rear wing failed while Pastor Maldonado's efforts were undone by a problem with his Renault engine.
With both cars out of the running, Lotus recorded zero points for the fifth time in seven races.
"We have potential which is still to be fulfilled," lamented Gastaldi. "Canada was a kick where it hurts for everyone at the team but we took stock, identified the issues and have taken action to avoid any repeats.
"The last thing you want is both cars sat in the...
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