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Lotus Type 125 Development

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Published on Jul 17, 2012

VIDEO ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON 25th JANUARY 2012

Jean Alesi headed up the car's on-track development from the start.

"Every Formula One driver arrives in the sport with a lot of experience, they're very fit and thin. Most normal people couldn't even fit in an F1 car let alone drive it. It can be very difficult.

The Type 125 gives you all the fun of an F1 car, but without the pain. It is still very physical, but it is easier to control and with a bigger cockpit. It is also easier to maintain, and you don't need a crew of a dozen people to start it up and keep it running like you do in a grand prix. Instead, the Type 125 is started at the touch of a button. All of this, I said from the very beginning, would be very important for our customers."

The project has been in development for a couple of years now, as Alesi and his team have honed the car's dynamic elements to fulfill their target attributes.

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