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Grosjean: Move to ‘big four’ the target

Romain Grosjean says he will only be leaving Lotus at the end of 2014 if it is to move to one of the “big four” F1 teams. Having finished the 2013 season so strongly, Grosjean has endured a tough time so far this year as Lotus has been well off the pace in part due to the Renault power unit. With his contract up at the end of the year and manager and former Lotus team principal Eric Boullier now at McLaren – which has yet to confirm its drivers – there has been speculation Grosjean may move on. Speaking during an exclusive interview with Crash.net, when asked if he would only leave Lotus next year for a seat at one of Mercedes, Red Bull, Ferrari and McLaren, Grosjean replied:...
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