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Romain Grosjean has reflected on a “pretty dangerous” start to the Canadian Grand Prix after Carlos Sainz made contact with him on the exit of Turn 2.
Romain Grosjean has blamed his brake-by-wire system for the three spins that left him questioning “what the hell is that” in Friday’s practice in Montreal.
Romain Grosjean has explained that it is his contract that is keeping him in the car for all but one FP1 while Kevin Magnussen has to hand his Haas over to Antonio Giovinazzi.
Having claimed their first-ever double points haul in Monaco, Haas head to Canada determined to put in a repeat performance.
Romain Grosjean has raised concerns about the new Swimming Pool kerb in Monaco, saying if a driver hits it they could “fly straight into the wall.”