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Grosjean sure there will be no 2014 repeat for Lotus next year

Romain Grosjean is confident that there will be no repeat of the Lotus F1 Team's disappointing and difficult 2014 season next year. The Frenchman is keeping his options open for the 2015 season, but is sure that the Enstone-based outfit will be more competitive. Lotus is currently eighth in the constructors' standings with eight points, all scored by Grosjean. 'They don’t have to convince me, I know what they are capable of doing,' he said at the Hungaroring today. 'I know they have been doing very good cars in the past and I know the struggles we have now. 'We are now in the process to understand why things are not working between the wind tunnel and the car, and where we can improve. I...
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