Pastor Maldonado is confident that Lotus has seen off the worst of the storm following a difficult start to the 2014 Formula 1 season.
The Venezuelan driver has failed to score any points in the first eleven races of the season, whilst teammate Romain Grosjean has only finished in the top ten on two occasions. This has left Lotus down in eighth place in the constructors' championship – a far cry from its 2013 form that saw Kimi Raikkonen claim one race win en route to fifth in the drivers' standings.
After some financial problems and a difficult birth of the E22 car, Lotus appears to be more stable now than it was at the beginning of the year, and Maldonado is looking forward to the...
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