Romain Grosjean has admitted Lotus' lack of competitiveness in 2014 is driving rumours he could be set to leave the Enstone team.
The Frenchman has emerged as one of the main players in this year's driver 'silly season', amid speculation he could be set to reunite with former manager Eric Boullier at the newly Honda-powered McLaren in 2014.
He has utterly dominated teammate Pastor Maldonado this year, but Lotus' dismal season was encapsulated in Grosjean's run to just fifteenth in Hungaroring qualifying on Saturday.
It does nothing to quieten the rumours about his next move.
"My priority is to win races in the medium term. Short and medium term," he is quoted by BFMTV in Budapest....
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