The Lotus F1 Team managed to get both cars to the finish of a Grand Prix for the first time in 2014, with Pastor Maldonado finishing twelfth and Romain Grosjean fourteenth after starting from the pit lane at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Venezuelan Maldonado took his best finish of the season at the Red Bull Ring in twelfth and moved off the bottom of the Drivers’ Championship, but suffered with brakes and fuel usage during the race. He is looking forward to Silverstone next time out after three Grand Prix that haven’t shown the best qualities of the Lotus car.
'For me in the car it was actually quite a good weekend,” said Maldonado. “We finished the race which is positive and we made...
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