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@tdog I want to point out that the only reason why kimi didn't do so well on his tires in Malaysia was because he was constantly stuck in traffic. In my opinion, with the tires as a factor, on a good day, Lotus is one of if not the best car right now, as it can finish with 1 less pit stop than the rest of the field. Lets be honest, if his wing wasn't damaged from Perez rolling onto it in China, Alonso would not have been so relaxed at the end of the race, i can assure you.

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