Nick Chester (middle) on the Lotus pit wall
Lotus are enduring a below par season thanks to the foibles of their problematic E22 which has frustrated their ambitions, and seriously hampered their drivers Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado, but the team arrives for their home race at Silverstone confident that they will perform better.
Speaking ahead of the British GP, technical director Nick Chester said, 'Obviously Silverstone is a very different track to Austria, with many more high-speed corners that will suit our car better. We’ve also got a few updates, including a front wing and floor, some different combinations of aerodynamic parts to try and some new set-up concepts to...
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