Romain Grosjean will compete in a choose variety of IndyCar races this season for Dayle Coyne Racing.
Grosjean made the announcement simply over two months after his miraculous escape from a burning wreckage on the Bahrain Grand Prix. The French driver, who has defined intimately how he thought he was going to die whereas contained in the automobile, was left with burns on each fingers.
The crash compelled Grosjean to overlook the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, which might have been his last race in F1 after Haas determined to not renew him for a sixth season.
Grosjean will return to racing this season on the IndyCar opener at Barber Motorsports Park on April 18, only a day after he turns 35. His contract will solely embrace all 13 road and highway course races in 2021, that means he won’t contest oval races as a rookie.
He’ll full his first check for the workforce on February 22.