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Lotus: 2015 car will be distinctly different

Lotus F1 technical director Nick Chester has revealed that next year's car from the Enstone team will be very different to the current E22. Lotus has struggled to match its performance from recent years following the change of regulations for 2014 and, saddled with a less-than-competitive Renault engine, finds itself battling in the midfield rather than challenging for points on a regular basis. The car has already marked itself out as one of the most visually striking, with its unique 'twin tusk' nose design, and, despite vowing to continue with the development of the E22, Chester also reveals that work is already well underway on its successor. “We'll obviously have a good go at...
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