Romain Grosjean says Lotus won't experiment with an extreme set up in Canada despite their lack of straight-line speed after it backfired dramatically in 2013.Having been third fastest in the opening two practice sessions last year, but qualified 19th after the team made changes on Saturday.
Despite expecting to struggle due to a lack of power from the Renault unit, Grosjean admits it is a case of 'once bitten, twice shy.'
"That's what we did last year and it didn't work at all. It was good on Friday, I was P3 or P5 at the end of FP2, and then we said 'okay our top speed is not good enough' and we tried a new wing set-up that we didn't know and it was a bad choice," the Frenchman...
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