Romain Grosjean walks the Hungaroring track with his crew
With his Lotus future not certain, Romain Grosjean could be targeting a move up the Formula 1 grid as he is keen to win races but at the same time is in no rush to make a decision.
The Enstone based team is sticking with its other driver, Pastor Maldonado, whose sponsor PDVSA brings millions in crucial backing.
Frenchman Grosjean's Lotus connections, however, are fading — manager Eric Boullier has gone to McLaren, while Renault and oil partner Total are set to be replaced by a new Mercedes deal.
But Grosjean may also be the target of teams higher up the grid, having firmly dispensed with his ‘first lap nutcase'...
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