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Lotus already well into design of 2015 car

Lotus's 2015 car already looks "quite promising" according to technical director Nick Chester. Whilst he says development of next year's car is progressing well, he insists they won't be giving up on the E22 just yet and more upgrades are planned for coming races. "We will obviously have a good go at getting points in Hungary and then after the summer break the development of this car will still continue," he said. "There will probably be one more sizeable package of new parts and then a series of smaller, simpler upgrades to bring fairly easy performance towards the end of the season. "Looking further ahead, we are already well into the design of next year's...
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