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Lotus working to resolve Kimi Raikkonen's steering woes from Monaco

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mix - Unregistered

June 05, 2012 3:46 PM

Eeemmm! Trulli was at the back of the grid.
Kimster is at the front, doing well and if he gets the car to his liking........
In other words, if he can get those results without full confidence in the car, what can he do with it when he has?

LJ - Unregistered

June 05, 2012 7:13 PM

They will continue to move backwards if they focus all their attention on Kimis steering. I wouldn't be surprised if they miss out on race wins because of this.

whoelse - Unregistered

June 05, 2012 7:39 PM

Entire F1 is all about getting the right setup, everything else is but a formality of car development. We have seen time and again, how with a proper setup a slower car can hold back the faster one and win the race, about how a potentially faster car could not get pole because it got it's balance wrong, so on so forth...

So, steering development by Lotus will not hamper it's win chances. If anything, if they get Kimster's steering correct - and we all know, that when he finds his tail-swishing car balance he is the fastest - LOtus will suddenly find those missed wins falling into their basket, thanks to Kimi!

Lee - Unregistered

June 08, 2012 1:46 AM

@ LJ it couldn't be more the opposite about Kimis steering if they keep working on it eventually they will get it right and the wins will come. @ Buzz45 it couldn't be the more opposite about Romain 'DNF 'Grosjean too.

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