Why Grosjean deserves his second chance

Why Grosjean deserves his second chance

Now the dust has settled on Renault's decision to parter Kimi Raikkonen with GP2 champion Romain Grosjean, Tony Dodgins reflects on the young Frenchman's return to the team, and to F1, and explains why it is a welcome one

So, two interesting early morning announcements in 10 days from Renault: first Kimi Raikkonen, and now Romain Grosjean.

Although I have sympathy for Bruno Senna and hope he gets a Formula 1 seat elsewhere, the Grosjean signing is quite exciting. It does look as though the team that will become Lotus next year has gone out and signed the quickest pair of drivers it could have, knowing that Robert Kubica was not an option.

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