With his Lotus future in doubt, Romain Grosjean could be eyeing a move up the formula one grid.
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' reputation.
"You always think about the future, it's natural," Italy's La Gazzetta dello Sport quoted Grosjean, 28, as saying ahead of the Hungarian grand...
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