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Grosjean reveals his numbers

Romain Grosjean wants either numbers 8, 29 or 11 as his official number for the Formula One World Championship. As of this coming season, the drivers will each be given a number which they will race with for the remainder of their F1 careers. Drivers have been revealing their first choices with Fernando Alonso wanting number 14 and Kimi Raikkonen number 7. And the Finn's former team-mate at Lotus, Grosjean, has now put forward his selection as his wishes all his fans a happy New Year. "Happy New Year to all!" he wrote on Facebook. "All my wishes of happiness, success and health. "Only a few days before the assignment of numbers... "Here are the three I selected: 8,...
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