Romain Grosjean was allright. But he has described his start to the Singapore Grand Prix as the ‘worst Friday you could imagine’ as technical issues hindered his efforts in FP1 before a crash ruled him out of FP2.
Reflecting on the specific balance issues with the car, Grosjean says he didn’t get enough track time to determine whether it was down to a raft of updates introduced to the car this weekend.
“We had some issues on the brakes, some stability problems and eventually spin the car and touched the rear wing and the suspension was touched as well so we had to retire. Very tricky because I couldn’t do the back-to-back with the new parts. I don’t know what has changed on the car but it definitely wasn’t suiting me well today.”