Grosjean eyes Euro GP win
Romain Grosjean believes he can become the eighth different Formula 1 race winner this season in Valencia on Sunday.
The Lotus driver initially struggled this year and had to retire early in the first two events in Australia and Malaysia before showing a vast improvement in subsequent races. The Frenchman finished third in Bahrain in April and was then an impressive second in Canada just 10 days ago - and he has now targeted a victory in this weekend's European GP in Valencia. "We have to go into every weekend aiming for a win," he said. "Approaching a race in any other way is like putting yourself on the back foot from the start. "I'm mainly hoping for an improvement in qualifying, a good start and then we'll see what happens from there. "It's great to be fighting at the front, that's always what we want to do, but we're in a tight battle this season so the most important thing is to score some good points again for the team." After seven races, Grosjean is 35 points behind championship leader Lewis Hamilton but just two adrift of 2007 world champion and Lotus team-mate Kimi Raikkonen.