Romain Grosjean is a professional racing driver competing in the 2021 IndyCar Series for open-wheel racing team Dale Coyne Racing.
Moreover, he is a former Formula One driver and has raced for nine years for different Formula One teams.
The racer started his career in F1 with Renault in 2009. Thereafter, he drove for the Lotus F1 Team for the four-season from 2012 to 2015.
Finally, he competed with the Haas F1 team for five seasons before departing in 2020. Besides that, Romain also raced in Sportscar, Auto GP, GP2 series, and Formula Three.
Grosjean has built a good reputation around him because of his talent, hard work, and skills. Likewise, his team appreciates his work ethic.
Furthermore, he instantly hit at the 2005 French Formula Renault championship and even won the title. Similarly, he is a two-time GP2 Asia Series winner, one-time GP2 Series, and Auto GP winner.
Recently while racing for Haas in 2020, he survived a severe crash that split his car in two and set it on fire.
Although he wasn’t grievously injured, he sustained some minor injuries and burns to his hands and ankles.
Correspondingly, a medical team quickly airlifted him to a nearby hospital for treatment. Romain was quite grateful to the halo-head protective device for saving his life.
Before getting into details about the former Haas racing driver’s life and career, here are some quick facts about him.
|17 April 1986
|French and Swiss
|One; Gaëlle Grosjean
|37 years old
|5 feet 9 inches
|2003 – Present
|Marion Jollès Grosjean
|Three; Sacha, Simon, and Camille
|Over $16 million
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