Romain Grosjean is aiming to continue Lotus' upturn in fortunes at this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix, but he must first look to finish the race.
The Frenchman retired in both the 2012 and 2013 races due to on track incidents, yet he still has fond memories of racing around the streets of Monte Carlo following success in GP2.
'I've been on pole position here in GP2, won the race in GP2, but on the other side if you have a look at crashes, I have a good record and few corners I know too well,' he conceded in today's press conference. 'To be fair, last year I completely missed my weekend and wherever I would have been, it would have been the same story. So, just try to not do that again.'
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