Grosjean aiming for F1 return with Gravity
9 September 2010 – It has been announced that former Renault Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean is now part of the Gravity Sport Management company, which is working towards a 'top level single-seater' career for the Franco-Swiss driver who this weekend will replace DAMS' injured Ho-Pin Tung once again in GP2.
Having competed in the final seven F1 Grands Prix of last year whilst replacing the departed Nélson Piquet at Renault, 2010 has seen Grosjean spend stints in Auto GP and the FIA GT1 Championship before first substituting for the recovering Tung for the GP2 races in Belgium.
“This agreement with Gravity Sport Management is a great opportunity for me and I’m very happy to be able to take advantage of it,” Romain commented.
“Such a partner will enable me to concentrate on my return to top level single-seater racing and I hope to attain my main aim, which is still Formula 1.
“This weekend’s mission will be to build on the promising performance at Spa; a victory would be a marvellous reward for the efforts put in by everybody over the last few weekends."