It was another weekend of disappointment for the Lotus F1 Team, as they left Silverstone having again failed to score a point for the seventh time in nine races. Romain Grosjean finished the British Grand Prix in twelfth, but Pastor Maldonado was classified down in seventeenth after an exhaust issue saw him retire three laps from the end.
Grosjean finished twelfth after having a slow getaway from the initial grid, but made a few places back up by the end of the lap, but the pace of his car was not sufficient to enable him to score points.
“It was a difficult first start to the race for me,” said Grosjean. “I had a switch problem which meant limited power, but despite that we had a...
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