F1: Lotus Looking to Canada to Return to “Business As Usual”
Alan Permane, Trackside Operations Director for Lotus F1 Team had this to say about a tough Monaco GP for the Enstone based team.
“A very frustrating race for us. Both of our cars were bottled up in traffic almost all of today, which is what you can expect in Monaco if you’re not leading. Romain was unfortunate to get caught out by the car in front, but he has received a ten-place penalty for Canada which will compound today’s woes. Kimi was running strongly in fifth position, but his race was completely compromised by the late pit stop we were forced to make. That he was able to make back three places in the last two laps shows just how hungry he is. We head to Canada wanted to return to business as usual.”
Courtesy of Lotus F1 Team