“Right now, it is going to be IndyCar” – Former F1 driver Romain Grosjean has revealed plans for Le Mans in the future.
Romain Grosjean, after Formula 1, will now be racing in IndyCar. The Frenchman suffered a horrific crash in F1 last season and was released by Haas. Apart from this, he has also made plans to return to Le Mans after over a decade.
“Yes, it is on the list for the future. Right now, it is going to be Indycar. I am going to be based in Europe still so I am going to be traveling a fair bit between Europe and the US. Endurance is something I am really keen to do. I spoke with Kevin Magnussen after the 24 Hours of Daytona and he absolutely loved it. He did a brilliant job there and sharing a car with a team-mate is definitely something I would love to do.”
— Romain Grosjean (@RGrosjean) February 9, 2021
Few talks, a few opportunities for Romain Grosjean
Grosjean has also revealed he received a few other options in other racing categories like the Formula E. But the daredevil seems to be most fascinated by the likes of IndyCar and Le Mans.
“Le Mans is up there on the list as well as Sebring, Petit Le Mans, and the Daytona 24 Hours. Many, many races that I would like to compete in. I won’t give much [detail], but there were a few talks, a few opportunities.
“Some in endurance, some in Formula E and IndyCar. But definitely, IndyCar was the choice in my heart and I really wanted to go there because I feel I can have fun and enjoy my racing time which I have not enjoyed in the last few years.”