Romain Grosjean is a hoot. The Frenchman’s colorful and sometimes-puzzling opinion has lead to copiousness of critique from his peers, though according to him, it’s all in good spirit. While he mostly catches flack for his gripes, Grosjean recently certified himself forward of this weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix by observant that he usually complains in sequence “for a group to get better.”
The 32-year-old’s employer, Haas F1, started 2018 with loads of gait that confused a larger, some-more easily saved competitors. A brew of array troubles and a scandalous “Holy Trinity” have done it formidable for a group to quarrel for anything improved than midfield mediocrity, though even yet, Grosjean stays positive—even if we can’t tell it from a press.
“It hurts when fans say, ‘Grosjean complains all a time,'” Grosjean told a Danish Ekstra Bladet newspaper. “My radio is usually used (on television) all a time.”
“I don’t usually complain, and if we do, it’s for a group to get better. You don’t consider about it when you’re in a car. You’re usually working.”