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Grosjean blames Renault for lack of running

Romain Grosjean said it was mainly Renault issues which prevented Lotus from doing more running on the second day of testing in Bahrain.After a difficult first day on which Grosjean managed just eight laps in total, early running on the Thursday soon stopped and he was only able to add another 18 laps to his tally. Having pointed the finger at Renault on Wednesday, Grosjean again said he didn't know what had caused most of the problems because they came from the Renault side.“It's something Renault can tell you more about,” Grosjean said. “One of them I think was on our side and then again something with batteries and stuff like that.”Having completed his running in the car,...
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