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It's pretty obvious that Lotus has strategically engineered their car not so much for raw speed as around the premature tire degradation and Kimi's ability to be smooth and preserve them. So, there are going to be some tracks where that strategy will work and some where they're going to have to settle for what they can get. Kimi got some good points, as did Grosjean.
There's little doubt that Lotus is one of the teams that is hoping that Pirelli does nothing to improve the tires.