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Grosjean: Lotus will step up next year

Romain Grosjean is confident Lotus will be in much better shape in 2015, saying they can take a leaf out of Jenson Button's book. Having impressed during the 2013 campaign, this year has been a difficult one for Grosjean and Lotus with the Frenchman scoring only eight points during the 11 races to date. Many believe that most of the Enstone squad's struggles are down to the Renault engine and Grosjean feels they can all learn a thing or two from Button, who experienced similar problems during the 2008 season with Honda. However, once the Brackley-based squad, which went under the Brawn GP guise in 2009, switched to Mercedes engines, they won the Championship. There have been reports that...
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