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Grosjean: We want to be fighting for points

Romain Grosjean has admitted that retiring from the Canadian Grand Prix was particularly frustrating as it halted a run of points finishes that he felt underlined the progress being made at Lotus. The Frenchman had ended a barren early season run with back-to-back eighth place finishes in Spain and Monaco and, whilst not being as successful as the team's 2013 form suggested it should be, was looking forward to building on that with another solid performance in Canada, even if the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve did not suit the quirky E22. As it turned out, after qualifying only 14th on a layout that emphasised slow corner and fast straight performance, Grosjean joined team-mate Pastor Maldonado...
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