Romain Grosjean has hit back at suggestions he has reverted to the much-derided ‘nutcase’ of 2012, insisting F1 drivers should be racing hard. After Monaco,
Lotus owner Gerard Lopez has backed Romain Grosjean, amid speculation the Enstone based team could replace the beleaguered French driver. Having seemingly overcome his ‘first
Daniel Ricciardo has added to Romain Grosjean’s woes by admitting he called the beleaguered Lotus driver “an idiot” in Monaco. Frenchman Grosjean, last year branded
Romain Grosjean’s days in F1 could be numbered, according to former driver and Finnish pundit Mika Salo. Having apparently put his ‘first lap nutcase’ troubles
Kimi Raikkonen will start from fifth on the grid and Romain Grosjean thirteenth after an exciting rain-visited qualifying session for the Monaco Grand Prix. Following
Romain Grosjean sounds supportive of F1’s move to enhance its penalty system. Last year, the Frenchman became the first F1 driver in years to serve
Reckless Formula One drivers have been warned that the introduction of a “football-style” penalty points system may lead to them facing race bans in future.
Romain Grosjean has hit back at Alain Prost, after the quadruple world champion said the Lotus driver’s lack of pace in 2013 was due to