After returning to the podium in Germany, Romain is keen to maintain momentum in Budapest and enter the summer break on a high.
With four second-place finishes and one victory in Hungary, our Finn reckons he knows what’s needed for a strong weekend in Budapest.
It’s a double podium at the 2013 German GP today for Lotus. We love that. It’s all smiles at Lotus HQ as we congratulate the Lotus F1® Team.
Kimi and Romain have their sights set on the Nürburgring following disappontment last week at Silverstone.
Tyre drama and no late pit stop dashes Lotus F1® Team hopes in the 2013 British Grand Prix
After two race weekends with meagre points pickings, our Finn is eager to get his championship challenge back on track at Silverstone
Despite a tough race in Montreal much loved Lotus Grizzly Kimi Räikkönen set to snatch Schumacher’s Consecutive Points Win Record at Silverstone
Kimi heads to Montréal focused on getting right back in the fight, while after a weekend to forget in Monaco, our Frenchman heads to another French-speaking nation hopeful of very different fortunes.
Lotus F1® team battles in a difficult race littered with Red and Yellow flags
After five races and four podiums, Kimi heads to Monaco a tantalising four points off the Drivers’ Championship lead. As our Iceman explains, the challenge of Monaco is quite different from that of the circuits seen so far this season
Lotus F1® Team Flamenco ends in Spanish silverware for Super-cool Kimi
After taking his third podium finish of the year in Bahrain, Kimi looks forward to racing closer to home with the start of the European season, while Romain sees no reason why top points finishes can’t become a familiar state of play.
Déjà vu in the desert as Lotus walk away with P2 and P3 honours
After another podium result, the key to a successful championship campaign is maintaining that all important momentum
Smiles in Shanghai as Kimi Räikkönen walks away with P2 honours
All-important points for Lotus amid a taut on-track thriller
Second in the morning and fastest in the afternoon, it seems Kimi is picking up where he left of last weekend here in Malaysia. What does it all mean to the Iceman? Have a guess…
Kimi: “It’s nice to go back to where it all began with my first win”. Romain: “I’ll arrive in Sepang fresh and ready to deliver my best on track”
First race, first win, Mr Kimi Räikkönen is on top down under.
Team Principal Eric Boullier gives us the lowdown on the feeling within the team looking ahead to the first race in Australia and why he sometimes has stressful moments on the pit wall with Kimi and Romain
Our Iceman is back in the driving seat and gives us his thoughts on how testing went for him, and how even the perfect amount of laps is never quite enough…