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Lotus: Wait and see what we can really achieve

Newly-appointed Lotus deputy team principal Federico Gastaldi insists that the Enstone squad has the ability to overcome its early-season problems and return to the front of the F1 pack in 2014.While the turnaround may not be immediate after a lot of lost track time in both the pre-season and opening round last weekend, Gastaldi – whose promotion was confirmed in Melbourne – is confident that Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado can both become factors before too long.The pair struggled for laps in both practice and qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix, but surprised everyone – including the team – by making it to the halfway point of the first race of the year, and Gastaldi...
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