The French driver of Haas may look for another activity after this season. Haas recently announced that it will say goodbye to both drivers at the end of 2020. Who will drive for the American team is not yet known. However, Grosjean has expressed his interest in the IndyCar.
He admitted that he is stressed about finding a new opportunity in motorsport. He says to RaceFans: "To be perfectly honest, I haven't slept well in the last two weeks. The coronavirus has made it a difficult year for the world and the economy. It is not a good year to be without a contract."
The IndyCar will be a lot more interesting for Grosjean next year, because only four of the 17 races will be 'ovals'. "I hate that I haven't checked the calendar before. But it hasn't been done yet. A switch to the IndyCar will be a big change for me. But it's something I'm thinking about." The Frenchman wouldn't be the first Formula 1 driver to make the switch, Marcus Ericsson left for the IndyCar when he ran out of contract.