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Sports Romain Grosjean: "A bit sad", how it ends with Haas

00:10  29 november  2020
00:10  29 november  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Romain Grosjean has sent a dire warning to Formula One officials over the sport's qualifying system. “I think it was a rubbish situation to be qualifying between seventh and 10th, and have to start on hypersofts,” the Haas driver said. “( It ) is a bit sad knowing that P13 has an advantage on P7

Romain Grosjean wants a change to the qualifying rules as he feels having to start on Q2 tyres is a “Which is a bit sad knowing that P13 has an advantage on P7 on the grid. “I took it very, very The Haas driver feels those midfield drivers who make it into Q3 are so badly penalised by the tyre choice

Romain Grosjean hätte sich einen besseren Abschied gewünscht © Motorsport Images Romain Grosjean would have wished for a better farewell

Romain Grosjean can put the chance of Q2 in Bahrain quite simply: "zero." After finishing 19th, the Haas driver is only on the back row on Sunday, one place behind team-mate Kevin Magnussen ( Formula 1 2020 live in ticker ). Grosjean was almost seven tenths of a second away from entering the second qualifying segment on Saturday - a world that cannot be bridged in Formula 1.

According to his own statement, Grosjean could have gotten a few tenths of a second ", but in the last corners I tried to Attacking a little more, having fun and driving a little more than I normally would - but the car couldn't handle that, "he says.

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Romain Grosjean ( Haas ) - GP of Monaco 2018. Romain Grosjean of France driving the (8) Haas F1 Team VF-18 Ferrari on track during the Formula One Grand Prix of "Five laps after the safety car they just went. We had to pit and eventually ended up in traffic, with Sergio [Perez] there and [Nico]

Romain Grosjean says it is a "rubbish situation" that Formula 1 drivers qualifying in the top 10 have to start races on tyres that will only last a few laps. "I think it was a rubbish situation to be qualifying between seventh and 10th, and have to start on hypersofts," said Grosjean . "Which is a bit sad

The loss of time would have cost a maximum of one position - and thus Haas would still have landed on positions 18 and 19. "We can't be happy about where we are," he quarrels and doesn't think there is any chance of success for the rest of the season: "The most important and only thing I can do is finish the race and know that I did my best. "


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Grosjean has to survive three more races before his time with Haas will come to an end. That was not how he had imagined the farewell. Two years ago they fought against Renault for fourth place in the constructors' championship, in 2020 they only got three points and can be happy if Williams doesn't push them to last place.

"I'm a little sad," says Grosjean. "I put a lot of effort into this project. It actually went very well. If you remember: In the first year we came fifth here. It feels like it was ages ago."

"It's a bit of a shame for everyone here. Because I believe that they deserve more. The way they set up the car and how they work, they deserve better," the Frenchman and his team members suffer. "But now it is so. Miracles are not possible ..."

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