The team used the Lotus E20 to compete in the season, and finished fourth in the championship with 303 points.
Management[edit | edit source]
|Eric Boullier||Team Principal|
|Patrick Louis||Chief Executive Officer|
|Thomas Mayer||Chief Operating Officer|
|James Allison||Technical Director|
|Alan Permane||Trackside Operations Director|
|Martin Tolliday||Chief Designer|
|Rob White||Engine and Deputy Managing Director|
|Dirk De Beer||Head of Aerodynamics|
|Steve Nielsen||Sporting Director|
|Paul Seaby||Team Manager|
|Greg Baker||Chief Mechanic|
|Daniel Pugh||Floating Number One Mechanic|
|Mark Slade||Race Engineer to Kimi Räikkönen|
|Ayao Komatsu||Race Engineer to Romain Grosjean|
|Julien Simon-Chautemps||Performance Engineer to Kimi Räikkönen|
|Chris Richards||Performance Engineer to Romain Grosjean|
Race-by-race[edit | edit source]
Romain Grosjean had a extraordinary qualifying performance, qualifying 3rd, meanwhile his team-mate Kimi Räikkönen could only manage a disappointing 17th. But Grosjean's race could not be coming further, as he was hit by Williams' Pastor Maldonado on lap 1, putting him out of the race. Räikkönen eventually finished seventh in the race.
Räikkönen and Grosjean qualified 5th and 7th respectively, but Raikkönen was given a 5-place grid penalty for a gearbox change, so it meant that Grosjean would start 6th. However, Grosjean retired again on lap 4 after spinning into a gravel trap.
Results[edit | edit source]
* Did not finish, but completed over 90% of the race-winner's distance.
Notes[edit | edit source]
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