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Grosjean insists his future is open

HUNGARORING, July 24, 2014 (F1plus/Graham Kielloh).- Romain Grosjean has in recent weeks made no secret that he is keeping an open mind on whether to remain at Lotus at 2015 or to move elsewhere. There also are strong rumours that from next year Lotus is to be powered by Mercedes rather than Renault, with the French supplier having struggled this season. Today in Hungary Grosjean hinted that getting a Mercedes power unit will form part of his assessment of where to go for next season. “It’s quite easy to quantify the lap time difference if you change engine, it gives you much more you need to gain on the chassis side, so putting two and two together you can easily see what performance...
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