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Why Romain Grosjean Won’t Mature into a Title Contender

Although it was Kimi Raikkonen who stole the Lotus headlines for his stunning drive from 13th on the grid to finish third while nursing a painful back, Lotus is certain Romain Grosjean would have bagged that podium slot but for his retirement. Grosjean looked well-placed for a top-three spot until a pneumatic system issue forced his late retirement, with Lotus trackside operations manager Alan Permane bemoaning his bad luck on Autosport. We've never been so annoyed to get a podium. Romain had a perfect day yesterday pretty much. He didn't have a great first lap, but I defy anyone to keep Fernando [Alonso] behind them on the first lap. He was just doing his first lap and would have been third without a doubt. After a string of high-profile...

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