Romain Grosjean
France

Romain  Grosjean

Andretti Autosport | DHL

28 Honda
28

ON TRACK

• 2021 was his first season in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES. Joined Dale Coyne Racing with RWR after racing in Formula 1.

• Made 180 starts in Formula One competition in which he scored 10 podiums, including two career-best second-place finishes, both coming in North America (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal and Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas).

OFF TRACK

• Speaks French, English and Italian

• Started his own eSports team during the lockdown in 2020, supporting sim racers in various series.

• He and his wife Marion have three children (Sacha, Simon and Camille).

 

STATS

Current Standing
Current
Standing
13
Season Race Wins
Race
Wins
0
Season Poles
NTT P1
Award
0
Season Championship Points
Points
328
Season Top 5 Finishes
Top 5s
3
Season Top 10 Finishes
Top 10s
7
Career Race Wins
Race Wins
0
Career Championships
Championships
0
Career Indy 500 Wins
Indy 500 Wins
0
Career Poles
Poles
1
Career Top 3 Finishes
Top 3s
5
Career top 5 Finishes
Top 5s
7

PHOTO REEL

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TEAM INFO

With 18 years of competition in the books, the team led by Michael Andretti has captured four NTT INDYCAR SERIES championships and five Indianapolis 500 victories, including
three in the last seven seasons.

Andretti Autosport enters 2021 as the only NTT INDYCAR SERIES team to have won championships in each of the Road to Indy development ladder series, having earned three championships
in Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires, one in the Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires (formerly Pro Mazda) and one in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship.

Michael Andretti competed for 19 years in CART before competing in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES in 2003. He won more races (42) than any driver in CART history and led 6,702 Indy car laps during his driving career, second only to his father, Mario.. He retired from full-time driving following the 2003 Indianapolis 500 to concentrate on team ownership and drove for the final time in the 2006 Indianapolis 500.