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Grosjean calls for fight-back

As speculation about his future mounts, Romain Grosjean insists Lotus are capable of pulling off a Brawn GP-style fight-back in 2015. The Frenchman, the star of the Lotus team, has made it know that he has no plans to commit to the team until he sees how the driver market plays out. Reiterating that his "options are open for the future", the 28-year-old says he's not writing off Lotus' chances of turning their fortunes around next season. Citing Brawn GP, who went from being Honda at the back of the grid to inventing the double diffuser and winning the 2009 Championship doubles, Grosjean feels Lotus can draw inspiration from that. "I want to win races in the near future and...
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