Roman Grosjean: I’m eyeing IndyCar

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At the end of the season, Roman Grosjean will leave the Haas team, and at the moment the question of the future driver’s career remains open. Roman confirmed that he began considering moving to IndyCar after finding out that there are only a few oval tracks on the calendar of the American racing series.

“To be honest, in the last two weeks I have not slept well, – quotes the words of Roman Racefans. – This is a difficult year for the world and the economy, and this is definitely not the best time to stay without a contract and lose my job in the sport in which I compete.

I am eyeing IndyCar and have already contacted some of the people in the series. I even wish I was interested in their calendar earlier. It turned out that there are only a few oval tracks, so anything is possible.

I appreciate the IndyCar option, although it will be associated with major life changes. I talked to Markus Erickson and he says he really likes it. IndyCar is different from Formula 1, but in this series the result depends more on the driver, which is great. Of course, some teams are better than others, but still everyone has a chance to win the race. “

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