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Lotus decides ‘interesting’ developments for German GP

Lotus try to make some interesting new updates for German Grand Prix and also Lotus optimistic feeling about next weekend race and they are expecting new developments will help a podium victory.

Lotus has made aggressive challenge with front runners but they can’t finish top podium in this season. Enstone-based team expecting Hockenheim design and pretty warm weather conditions expecting and it will set to play to the power of the E20, the team has revealed that some updates could boost its chances.

Lotus F1 Technical director James Allison said: “I’m quite excited about it. The season seems to be getting stronger for us race-by-race. We should see pretty warm weather conditions in Germany, and nothing about that track should do anything other than fill us with confidence, so I’m feeling positive in that regard.

“I’m excited too because we’ve got some interesting new updates for Germany and we’re looking forward to see how they work out.”

“We’ve got a good car, we understand the tyres quite well, we’ve shown that we can be fast and race well… there’s no reason why we shouldn’t be fighting for another podium,” he said.

“Some hot weather would be good. Usually in Hockenheim it has been very hot and everybody has had problems with the tyres going off. Obviously, for us, the hot weather suits the car fine. Our car prefers the hot temperatures and in the long runs it’s not that hard on tyres. Let’s have some real summer weather in Hockenheim.”


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