A difficult Sunday afternoon for Romain Grosjean yielded two points as he raced with a heavy heart following the Paris attacks.
Grosjean, the only Frenchmen on the grid, joined his fellow drivers in a minute's silence ahead of the Brazilian GP as they paid their respects to those who were killed in Friday night's attacks.
Taking to the grid later that afternoon he raced to ninth place, scoring two more points in what was his penultimate race for Lotus.
"Certainly not the easiest one of the season very much because of what happened in France," Grosjean said. "It is all in our hearts."
As for his pending departure from Lotus, the Haas-bound driver says he's not ruling out one day returning to the Enstone team.
"Abu Dhabi will be last race with Lotus," he added. "Who knows I may come back, never say never, but we'll see.
"It is going to be a difficult one after the chequered flag but it will be special.
"I will give my best and try to get a good result for the team."