Romain Grosjean is not closing the door on a return to Formula One

Romain Grosjean is not closing the door on a return to Formula One


For Pedro Andre Mendes on 25 January 2023 17:19



Having lost his place in Formula 1 in 2020 – unfortunately, the last Grand Prix was in Bahrain where he suffered one of the worst and most shocking accidents in the recent history of the competition, causing burns to his hands – Romain Grosjean left to search of other opportunities and continue to compete in the IndyCar Series. While still experiencing difficulties in the North American competition, Grosjean still managed a position at Andretti Autosport, continuing to defend the colors of the sponsor DHL in the series, and after being confirmed as the driver of the future LMDh program of Lamborghini in the world opposition.
With Michael Andretti interested in entering Formula 1, the French driver could be well positioned to return to the sport’s premier competition, if Andretti Autosport’s offer from Cadillac is approved. However, Grosjean admits that the possibility could arise in a mentor role rather than as a team driver.
“I think a lot about Formula 1, one thing I’ve learned is to never say never”, said the driver to The Race. “I think it’s good news for Andretti. They’re working really hard to achieve that goal, so I really hope it happens. They’re really trying to make it happen. So that’s great. They have financial support, they have a builder. So it’s exciting to see how the team expands and change.”
Grosjean will continue to race in IndyCar this season, his third year in the single-seater championship, his second with Andretti, and also through the 24 Hours of Daytona this weekend for Lamborghini in the GT Daytona Pro class, preparing for the challenge with the new LMDh of 2024.

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