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Grosjean nearly gave up motorsport to become a chef
Romain Grosjean has revealed he nearly gave up on his motorsport career altogether to become a chef after losing his Renault Formula 1 seat at the end of 2009. Grosjean made his F1 debut halfway through the 2009 campaign after being drafted into Renault as Nelson Piquet Jr’s replacement at the European Grand Prix in the wake of the Crashgate scandal. Despite qualifying within 0.3s of teammate Fernando Alonso on his first race weekend and showing glimpses of promise across his seven-race spell with the team, Grosjean lost his drive to Vitaly Petrov on the eve of the 2010 campaign.