Lotus have been 2012's dark horses. They may still be waiting on that elusive first win, but with the team just 14 points shy of Ferrari in the hunt for third in the constructors' table and Kimi Raikkonen P3 in the drivers' standings, everything's ticking over nicely at Enstone.
Team principal Eric Boullier, however, can't help wondering what might have been had they not chalked up...»
Williams' weekend in Singapore started in spectacular fashion as Pastor Maldonado put his FW34 on the front row, but ultimately ended in disappointment as both the Venezuelan and team mate Bruno Senna failed to complete the race due to reliability issues. Chief operations engineer, Mark Gillan, gives us his thoughts...»