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Lotus: The first couple of races will be difficult, by race three we will be in a much better position

Lotus: The first couple of races will be difficult, by race three we will be in a much better position 6 March, 2014 Lotus technical boss Nick Chester is virtaully writing off the first two races of the season, but feels that by race three the E22 will be on the pace, although he admits that all depends on how Renault progress with the required fixes for their problematic V6 turbo power unit. Chester told N ahead of next weekend's season opening Australian Grand Prix, 'The first couple of races will be difficult. By the time we get to race three we will be back into a much better position. It does depend on how quickly the Renault fixes come in during that time.' Renault are not alone in...
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