Haas Formula One driver Romain Grosjean already crashed out at a very wet Brazilian Grand Prix. Has the race started yet? Nope!
Current Renault Formula One driver Kevin Magussen is jumping ship to Haas in 2017. Renault may have been able to nail down 2015 24 Hours of Le Mans winner Nico Hülkenberg fairly quickly in the silly season, but they waffled so hard on the second seat that Magnussen joked that even the Pope had an offer.
Three-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton recently came under fire for Snapchatting from a dull press conference. Instead of snapping his own pics today, he waited for a break to let Haas F1 driver Romain Grosjean take a far more obvious photo for him—right in front of some of his most vocal critics.
Yes, Romain Grosjean. This is what it looks like when brakes break.
Can we just talk about how amazing the Haas Formula One team has done in their first season for a moment? Romain Grosjean just took one of their cars—in their second race ever as a team—to fifth place. Somewhere, a bald eagle is shedding a single tear of joy right now for how awesome America’s F1 team is doing.
That’s right: America’s brand-new Formula One team just scored points in their first race. Romain Grosjean drove his Haas to a sixth place finish today in one of the most pleasant surprises of the race.
So, there’s an “unsafe release” from a pit stall, and then there’s just plain letting your driver whack into another car. Someone in the Manor pits wasn’t paying enough attention when Manor driver Rio Haryanto was released smack-dab into Haas driver Romain Grosjean’s car during Free Practice 3.
There’s good reason why cheap fix enthusiast Red Green wasn’t appointed as a Formula One safety expert on the multi-year run of The Red Green Show. Cheap fixes aren’t always the safest, which is why repairing a barrier hit by Romain Grosjean with duct tape is the worst idea I’ve seen during a grand prix yet.
When the French and Americans come together on things, they tend to have good results. The Statue of Liberty. Pork roll on croissants. And now, Autosport reports that Lotus Formula One driver Romain Grosjean will drive for the first American-based F1 team in ages: Haas.
With the addition of an American team to the Formula One team, everyone was hoping there would finally be an American driver in F1. Nope! According to Haas F1 team principal Günther Steiner, there are no American drivers currently under consideration for 2016.
Jose Maria Lopez's Stadium Super Truck wasn't as nimble as the touring car he's used to.
Lopez was racing today in the Race of Champions, where he took a nice, slow roll. The Race of Champions people were all over it, giving us an extended slow-mo replay of the roll from several different angles, including from…
The Dubai Mall is the world's largest shopping mall, so Renault let Lotus Formula One team drivers Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado loose inside in a pair of Renault Twizys. Yes, in fact, a Twizy will powerslide.
Sorry, Alonso-to-Lotus fans. Romain Grosjean announced that he'll be staying with Lotus next year, and everyone knows they need Cashtor's dolla dolla billz too much to see Maldonado out.
Fernando Alonso isn't the only one leaving the track in a cloud of smoke this weekend. Romain Grosjean's Lotus lived up to its British roots, letting its smoke out of the wiring harness in catastrophic fashion.
Lotus hasn't tested their new F1 car yet. That's not ideal. So what have they done instead? Well, they towed a mobile home with last year's car. You know, important stuff.
When you're a car enthusiast, your first trip to a Formula One race is kind of a magical experience. OppositeLock's JonathonW8 and his wife had an amazing time at Circuit of the Americas this weekend, and the highlight of the trip was meeting up-and-coming Lotus driver Romain Grosjean. Here's the story of their trip.
F1 went to Korea over the weekend and we weren't just treated to a complete overload of PSY in a sparkly tuxedo. We got oversteer in an F1 car. YES.
Lotus F1's young driver Romain Grosjean crashes into other drivers a lot, like when he executed a perfect PIT maneuver on Marky Mark Webber at the recent Japanese Grand Prix. Let's make fun of him for it.