The two Lotus drivers suffered contrasting fortunes during qualifying for tomorrow's Chinese Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean enjoyed a positive day after registering the Enstone-based outfit's first top 10 grid position of the season. The Frenchman just squeezed through to the second session and easily made it to the top 10 shoot-out.
The slippery and wet weather conditions benefited the team and despite setting the slowest time in Q3, three tenths off the rest of the field, it was still a step in the right direction for Lotus after a difficult start to 2014.
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