After more than ten years of Formula 1, the French driver Romain Grosjean changes his life and leaves for the United States to become an Indycar driver.
Romain Grosjean’s Formula 1 career came to an abrupt end at the 2020 Bahrain Grand Prix, when he was the victim of a serious accident on the first lap of the race. Since then, the Haas team driver has not been able to get back into the seat of his car before the end of the season, blocked by his period of convalescence. And as the team has just recruited two new drivers (Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin), the talented French driver found himself without a steering wheel for the year 2021.
But here is the good news: cured of his hand injuries, Romain Grosjean is preparing to embrace a new Indycar racing program in the United States, within the Dayle Coyne Racing team.
While waiting for the 24 Hours of Le Mans with Peugeot?
Remember that he was also expected to be part of the official Peugeot Sport drivers as part of the brand’s return to the lion at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2022. And let’s remember that before Formula 1, Romain Grosjean was imposed in all disciplines in which he took part …