FIA orders Lotus to change illegal front suspension 29 June, 2013 Lotus E21 front end detail Lotus has been told to bring a modified front suspension layout to next weekend’s German Grand Prix. The FIA told the Enstone based team at Silverstone on Saturday that the current layout does not comply with the rules, Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport reports. That is because the regulations allow a maximum of three suspension elements, but a McLaren-commissioned photo at Silverstone has revealed that Lotus’ 2013 layout has an obscured fourth. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsLotus: We struggled to get a good balance on the carLotus: It’s clear that we lack paceLotus: There is still potential to be unlockedLotus announces two race deal with InterwettenGrosjean: Hockenheim will tell how much we have progressedMaldonado: Latest Renault engine much strongerMaldonado expects big power boost for GermanyLotus: We weren’t able to deliver the pace we wantedGutierrez penalised for crashing into MaldonadoMaldonado excluded from Qualifying McLarenfan I never noticed that one but it is clear now.