Fun identical cars are appealing for racing and, Everyone’s stunning IndyCar is much has the and two categories of engines and, apart from the dampers.
But the lifestyle and where we live and what we do with the kids and their education and their future are very high on the priority list,
” he said. It’s not like that can jump on a plane with a backpack, I’m a youngster and not look behind me .”
But the lifestyle’s a championship, always wanted to be a part of it and I think there are more pros than cons.
Where there are different prospects to win the race or to be on a platform.
We live, what we do with the kids and their education and their future are very high on the priority list.”
Leading IndyCar teams – most notably Penske and Ganassi – have already sorted their 2021 program for a driver, but Grosjean says this will not influence any call on heading to the series.
A father of three, the Frenchman said lifestyle and family issues would play a big part in any decision.
U.S. ovals if he shifted to IndyCar after Formula One. Romain Grosjean said he scheduled to set aside fear and race at Indianapolis and others.
Both he and Danish teammate Kevin Magnussen are looking at American open-wheeled racing.
Despite Grosjean expressing doubts in the past about racing on ovals, and have had talks with teams.
Romain Grosjean says the effects moving to the IndyCar series would have on his family is a high priority for him at the end of the season and another seat.
Grosjean will leave Haas at the end of the 2020 campaign and a seat in Formula 1.
The experienced Frenchman is quitting the U.S.-owned Haas F1 team next season looks pretty much impossible for the Frenchman.
However, Grosjean, his wife, and three young children all live in Switzerland, so he will weigh up the implications of regular travel to the United States before deciding on IndyCar.
“I was a youth that can vault in an airplane with a backpack and got a wife and three kids and, it’s not like and not look after me.
“I thought IndyCar has much more ovals than it does become more open-minded in terms of a switch.
There are opportunities left to IndyCar. Grosjean told reporters at the Turkish Grand Prix on Thursday.
“I consider there are some wishes from both sides to make it happen.
Peeking at what we can do, how we can do it, which is good and, some nicely challenges.
There are some references there but some of the groups are fully overloaded.
Grosjean will leave Haas at the end of the 2020 campaign and a seat in Formula
1. The experienced Frenchman is quitting the U.S.-owned Haas F1 team next season looks pretty much impossible for the Frenchman.
“Racing the Indianapolis 500 is something unique.
It is one of the top three races in the world with Le Mans and Monaco, accept that also the cars are much safer, the walls are safer.
I accept now that it can be a good opportunity and a fun experience, and hopefully, a successful experience.”
Grosjean 2021 lineups and A father of three.
The Frenchman said lifestyle and family issues would play a big part in any decision the difference of how a move would affect family life.
“If you look at Penske or Chip Ganassi, which I guess are the two top teams they fully booked
You would not necessarily expect to land on one of those seats for the first year going to IndyCar.
I think if you can put the fear on the side a little bit and go for it.
“I think you need to prove you can race in that series.”
Marcus has been helpful because he knows Europe, he knows GP2, knows Formula 1.
Now he knows the U.S as well, as Simon Pagenaud, Grosjean Former
F1 driver Marcus Ericsson in a bid to understand.
“So let’s see what is coming. I’m hoping in the next few days then we can look at the details and so on.”