A great advisor and brilliant advisor for his impressive appearance as a television commentator on Sunday afternoon, as he was in charge of the channel to watch the Monaco Grand Prix, Roman Grosjean, and is now a transatlantic driver in the US Single-Seater Indycar Series, announced at the start of the week he must discover private driving And the race begins on an oval this year!
On le sait, le Français recruté cet hiver par le Team Dale Coyne, pour rouler en Indycar, s’est pour sa toute 1ére année d’apprentissage dans cette discipline contenté de ne disputer que les courses sur les circuits traditionnels et les aussi les épreuves in the city.
In fact, the day after qualifying for the Indy 500 race that saw New Zealander Chip Ganassi, Scott Dixon win the 500-mile pole for the fourth time, Romain on Monday evening, May 24th, during “Live Twitch” from Canal + Sports presented by Julian Vibro, in the company of who commented on Monaco. Grand Prix On Sunday, Roman Grosjean first hinted that he must compete in the first oval race of his career, next August 21 on the Gate Ring.
“Normally I’ll run the Gateway this summer and it’s elliptical, but it’s shorter.”
In fact, unlike the majority of Indianapolis speed loops that develop to 4 km, the Gateway measures only 2 km.
“The thing didn’t attract me, the oval, but it’s part of the championship and it looks like something completely different, more complex than what you see from the outside. It’s a long time and these are races where anything can happen.”
Will we see it at the start of the world’s most famous race and the first event of the Indycar calendar, the Indy 500 event in 2022?
Roman added and explained:
” never say never “
Remember that very recently on Saturday May 15th, Roman Grosjean of his third round of Indycar Championship 2021, the Indianapolis Grand Prix – after the events of Barber and St Petersburg – fell onto the road circuit, first pole and won second place behind the leash of his team Del Quinn Dalara Honda!
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