Romain Grosjean felt his fourth place finish in Abu Dhabi was ‘decent' after a difficult couple of days.
The Frenchman, who started in sixth place, was able to make up a couple of positions on the first lap. He then lost time behind the Force India of Adrian Sutil who was able to come back at him and retake position in the DRS zone.
“It’s a shame we couldn’t make it four podiums in a row, but to come away with fourth place after a difficult couple of days is a decent result.” Grosjean said.
The Lotus driver believed that a podium finish may have been possible had his second stint gone better.
“That middle stint cost us the chance of a podium in the end, and on pace we...
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