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Romain Grosjean is latest SAFEisFAST driving instructor

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SAFEisFAST have confirmed their latest online driving instructor as Haas F1 Team driver Romain Grosjean.

There has been over one million views of the online tutorials with visitors from over 160 countries. Presented by Honda Performance Development, is a free online resource offering video tutorials on safety, career development, sponsorship, marketing and more to assist the careers of drivers in all forms of racing.

The Frenchman has spent five seasons racing in Formula 1, driving for Renault, Lotus and the new American squad, Haas F1, racking up ten podium finishes and 295 points. In 2009, Grosjean made his F1 début with Renault, before going on to drive for Lotus from the 2012 to 2015 seasons. After being impressed by the ambitions and approach to the sport, Grosjean opted to switch to the newly formed Haas F1 squad.

In his debut with the American led team at the Australian Grand Prix in March, Grosjean finished in sixth place, helping the team to become the first new constructor to score points in its first race in 14 years. Grosjean also finished in fifth for the team in the Bahrain Grand Prix, two weeks after his sensationally points in their début race.

Grosjean is adding his name to a long list of expert motorsport professionals to serve as an Online Instructor including F1 World Champion Jenson Button, Indy 500 winner Dario Franchitti and Le Mans winner Nico Hulkenberg.

Discover more about the SAFEisFAST programme here.

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