Romain Grosjean is feeling confident with the performance of his Lotus E21 after the two Friday practice sessions. The Frenchman topped the time sheets in first practice before finishing the second session in 12th.
Despite finishing the final session of the day outside of the top 10, he felt that it was a 'pretty good' day on track. He slipped down the order in second practice due to a brake problem. He returned to the track but a vibration ended his session early.
'It’s been a pretty good day even if we missed time in the later session whilst the brakes were worked on,' he said. 'We also had a little vibration that needed looking at, but it wasn’t the end of the world. The car feels...
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