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Lotus: Highly unfortunate we had to retire both cars

Romain Grosjean Pastor Maldonado and Romain Grosjean both suffered forced retirements from the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps. Pastor parked his car early in the race with a suspected exhaust failure whilst Romain demonstrated promising race pace, however damage sustained to his car meant a precautionary retirement in the interest of safety late in the race. Romain started from P15 on new soft compound tyres, pitting at the end of the first lap for a new front wing and new medium compound tyres. He stopped on laps 13 and 27 for further sets of soft tyres. He retired from the race on lap 33. Pastor started from P17 on new soft tyres. He retired from the race on lap 2. Romain...
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