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Grosjean's R8G team to manage Haas F1 esports effort

Romain Grosjean's R8G Esports team will manage Haas' participation in the Formula 1 Esports Pro Series this year, the Frenchman continuing to work with the team he left at the end of last year. Grosjean raced with Haas for five years from 2016 when the team joined the F1 paddock. His time was cut short at the end of last season after suffering a horrific crash in Bahrain. Article continues under video The Frenchman established his own esports team in April last year and the outfit quickly became a force to be reckoned with, claiming 45 wins and 103 podiums in its first year. F1 launched its Pro Series in 2017 and all 10 real-world teams compete in the championship. “I’m very happy to...
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