Romain Grosjean has ruled out the possibility of returning to the last race of the season in Abu Dhabi, as he will prefer to travel home to Switzerland, where he will take care of the appropriate treatment of burns on his hands. Grosjean burned his arms and legs in a serious accident in the first lap of the race for the Bahrain GP, where the car was halved in a collision with a force greater than 50G, and the Frenchman escaped from the burning wreck only after almost half a minute. The Haas racer immediately ruled out the possibility of a Sahir Grand Prix this weekend, but still hoped to say goodbye to Formula 1 with the race in Abu Dhabi. But the Haas team has confirmed that Grosjean will not be taking part in the final race of the season. https://twitter.com/HaasF1Team/status/1335540392842973185
The Haas team will compete in the 2021 season with a new racing lineup. Both Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen announced their departure from the team after the end of this year's championship. “The last chapter is closed and the book is over,” Romain Grosjean, who has been a member of the Haas team that entered Formula 1 in 2016 since day one, addressed fans of the word. He was a constant on Günther Steiner’s team. But for the 2021 season, his seat has been increasingly questionable day by day. It is now known that the Americans will not renew his contract with him. https://twitter.com/F1/status/1319192956532916224 "I've been at Haas since day one. Five years of ups and downs, 92 races and 110 points. But it was worth it. It's a lot. learned and I became a better racer and man
The free Saturday, made possible by Typhoon Hagibis, was used differently by Formula 1 racers. Max Verstappen said at a press conference on Friday that he would spend the day playing the popular FIFA game in the event of a Saturday event. The Dutchman was joined by many other racers. Sergio Perez, George Russell, Antonio Giovinazzi and McLaren racers Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris organized a real tournament, where Verstappen won in the end. https://www.instagram.com/p/B3gppCahGRX/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Romain Grosjean decided to put together a smaller model of the legendary Tyrrell race car from the 1976 and 1977 seasons https://www.instagram.com/p/B3g5txdp utm_source = ig_web_copy_link
The Haas team also officially confirmed their racing lineup for next season today. Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean will do this for the fourth year in a row. And while the confirmation of the Danish racer is no surprise, there have been many questions about the future of Romain Grosjean. His performances in the last period are very inconsistent, which is also proven by a look at the total, where he has 9 points less than his teammate. The season is going below expectations for the Americans, as they are currently in the penultimate place in the constructors' standings, which is much worse than last year, when they finished fifth. There was a lot of talk about him leaving the team, but Nico Hulkenberg took his place. It is now clear, however, that the Frenchman will be in his fifth season in prison
The race commissioners awarded Romain Grosjean a three-place fine for obstructing Land Norris in the first part of today’s qualifiers. The Haas racer won the eighth place, but will now start the race from the eleventh place due to a penalty. As the commissioners wrote, Grosjean drove "unnecessarily slowly" and obstructed Norris in the last turn. Nevertheless, this did not prevent the McLaren racer from qualifying for the second part and then also for the fastest group where he won tenth place. Norris will start the race tomorrow as the ninth, and Grosjean has also taken a penalty point on his racing license for his move. This is his eighth in the last year, which means that only four more separate him until he is banned from competing in the race. In the report, the commissioners wrote that Grosjean claimed
Romain Grosjean is of the opinion that Renault must fear their team in the future after a close battle for fourth place in the constructors' standings last season. The French team was 29 points better at the end of the season. The fights also took place off the track, the most famous being the complaint of the French team after the race in Italy, where the French racer finished the race as sixth, but was later disqualified due to the inadequate bottom of the car. Grosjean is convinced that this showed the fear of their competitors towards his team, which will enter its fourth season in Formula 1 this year. "Their move in Italy was not the most sporty. But we are aware that we present them with fear, which is good. for the future. " The Frenchman believes his team is in
In today’s race, we saw a collision between Nico Hulkenberg and Romain Grosjean in the first lap. The German ended up in the protective fence upside down after the overturning. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bqm7hDKBHrN/
Nico Hulkenberg said after the race that this collision with Romain Grosjean in the first lap of the race came about because the French racer found himself in his blind spot the moment before the collision and Hulkenberg could not see him like that. The collision between the two racers occurred in the ninth turn as they battled for seventh place. Grosjean tried to overtake on the right, but they hit the wheels, which caused a spectacular overturning of the German racer. “Of course I’m disappointed, but I think it was a completely racing accident,” Hulkenberg commented on the post-race accident. "We both braked a bit late in the eighth turn, so it took me a bit off the ideal line and him even more. I thought he drove off the track, so I drove the ideal line on the ninth turn." "On p
Haas today confirmed their racing line-up for next season, in which Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will still compete. Thus, the two mentioned racers will compete together for the third season in a row next season. Team leader Gunther Steiner said: "We have made a lot of progress compared to last year, so the decision to keep both racers was very easy." At the moment, Kevin Magnussen is doing better, who is in ninth place in the overall standings with forty-nine points. "I've never been in such a good position since I've been here in Haas. We're all very motivated here and aiming for the same goal. Gene Haas wants us to be efficient, and Gunther creates a very pleasant team environment so everyone can show the most which we can.We believe
Team leader Haas Gunther Steiner said the future of Romain Grosjean in the team is not in jeopardy, despite accidents in the last two races. The French racer first crashed into a wall during a safety car at a race in Azerbaijan and then caused an accident in Spain as well. Due to the last accident, he will start the race in Monaco from three places lower than the one he won in the qualifications. Steiner said that because of this, there was no talk in the team about his future on the team. "We haven't talked about it at all. When someone has two bad races, you don't have to start speculating about anything right away. All we have to do is help Romain get to the level of racing he's capable of. We all know he's a very capable racer." “I’m not a person who would drive everyone right away
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