Romain Grosjean turned 33 today. The Haas driver received birthday wishes from his teammate Kevin Magnussen on Twitter. A birthday celebration...
Romain Grosjean is a French Formula 1 driver who currently drives for Haas. In 2005, Grosjean dominated the French Formula championships and was a tasty addition to Renault's talent program. The Frenchman was able to make his debut for Renault in 2009 during the Grand Prix of Europe, but he couldn’t make it last as he was simply not ready for F1. After a trip in the Asian G2 championship, Grosjean returned to Formula 1 in 2012, this time with the Lotus team. He took his first-ever podium place that season at the Grand Prix of Bahrain. In total, Romain Grosjean finished on the podium ten times before leaving for Haas in 2016.
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Haas report struggle with putting heat in tyres
Haas has scored eight points this season, a total which could have been much higher. During the Bahrain and Chinese Grands Prix, boss Gunther...
Grosjean was worried about his tyres at the end of the Chinese GP
Haas driver Romain Grosjean was "a bit worried" before the Chinese Grand Prix due to tyre management problems with the team's car.
China fall-off blamed on tyres yet again by Haas
After Haas yet again failed to convert a double Q3 appearance into points on Sunday, the team has blamed their Sunday struggles on the tyres,...
Steiner: Not fantastic, but not the end of the world
Haas F1 boss Guenther Steiner wasn't particularly happy with his team's qualifying result on Saturday, but admitted it wasn't "the end of the world".
Grosjean expecting Haas to bounce back in China
Romain Grosjean believes Haas' struggles in Bahrain will not carry over to the Chinese Grand Prix. The American team was nowhere after a strong...
Haas: Renault complaints due to own shortcomings
Haas F1 boss Guenther Steiner believes Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul wouldn't be complaining about the American outfit's 'B-team' model if they...
Romain Grosjean backs the stewards over softer penalties
Romain Grosjean supports the idea of Formula 1's race stewards being more relaxed about racing incidents. Grosjean, the director of the...
Check out Romain Grosjean's special F1 1000 helmet!
The 2019 Chinese Grand Prix will be the 1000th in Formula 1's history. With special events planned in the build-up and during the race weekend,...
Steiner "amazed" rather than "upset" over Haas' pace
Haas boss Guenther Steiner has claimed he is "amazed" rather than "upset" over the American team's sudden loss of pace that was demonstrated in Bahrain on Sunday.
Steiner fuming at the stewards: "They have to get better and learn to listen"
Guenther Steiner does not like the way the stewards handled the 'racing incident' between Haas driver Romain Grosjean and Lance Stroll of Racing...
Grosjean believes grid penalty cost Haas race points in Bahrain
Romain Grosjean retired from the Bahrain Grand Prix to bring his 2019 Formula 1 DNF tally to two out of two. The Frenchman had big contact in...
Grosjean: 2019 a "copy and paste" of last season
Romain Grosjean is enduring another disappointing start to the season, with the Frenchman admitting that so far, 2019 has been a "copy and paste" of last season.
Grosjean blames Vettel for near crash with Norris
Romain Grosjean has blamed Sebastian Vettel for the incident he had with Lando Norris during qualifying yesterday. Grosjean was awarded...
"He did not do anything wrong" says Steiner on Grosjean's penalty
Guenther Steiner believes that Romain Grosjean’s penalty for his block on Lando Norris in qualifying is “completely inappropriate”...
Grosjean given three place penalty for impeding Norris
Romain Grosjean has been given a three-place grid penalty for impeding McLaren driver, Lando Norris during qualifying for the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Magnussen sets his sights on Red Bulls following strong Haas qualifying
Kevin Magnussen has admitted he’s pleased to be competing with the Red Bulls even if they had an issue as the Dane qualified sixth for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Leclerc takes maiden pole - Bahrain Grand Prix starting grid
Charles Leclerc produced a track record to earn his first ever pole position as Ferrari locked down the front row in qualifying at the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean believes Haas will 'be in the mix'
Romain Grosjean believes that Haas will 'be in the mix' during today's qualifying session. In Australia Haas established themselves...
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