Romain Grosjean has said he thinks there might have been an underlying issue with his Lotus during the Australian Grand Prix.
Whilst his team-mate Kimi Raikkonen won the race, Grosjean finished in 10th position having qualified just one place behind his Finnish team-mate.
“Something felt wrong with my car,” Grosjean said. “I have to sit down with the team and analyze where this issue came from.
“It felt so good all weekend until the race itself. But, in the end, the race was long and quite difficult for me.
“We know that Albert Park can be a tricky circuit and the weather has certainly not helped today. It’s been a great weekend for the team with Kimi’s win so it’s clear there’s pace in the car. Let’s hope I can unlock that pace too next weekend in Sepang.”