Romain Grosjean will remain a part of the NTT IndyCar Series after picking up the eat of the No. 77 Chevrolet of Juncos Hollinger.
Grosjean will be moving onto his third IndyCar team in four seasons, a move the 37-year-old is excited about.
“Got to a point where we found an agreement,” Grosjean said. “Excited to go racing again in INDYCAR. As you know, I really enjoy the series. I really enjoy the atmosphere.
“Of course, it’s a new challenge, a bit different than the last two years. I mean, I’m excited about trying to keep building the momentum of Juncos. I think the last few races they’ve done really well. Excited to see what we can do together. I think on top of joining a new team, it will be a challenge for all of us, but nothing that we’re scared of.”
One of the reasons for Grosjean’s excitement about IndyCar remains it’s competitiveness.
“I left Formula One because I felt like I just didn’t want to be on the grid to be on the grid. I wanted to be competitive. There was no option. Coming to INDYCAR, I felt like I could be competitive with Coyne, I could be competitive with Andretti. I’m hoping we can be competitive about Juncos Hollinger and do well. We’re all going to do our best. We’re all going to work as hard as we can, and time will tell if it was the right move or not.”
Grosjean struggled during the 2023 season driving for Andretti Autosport notching two podium and two poles. After 47 races in the IndyCar Series, he finds himself still eyeing his first win.