Unwell Grosjean puts Renault reserve on stand-by

In the Renault garage on Thursday, Lucas di Grassi satisfied FIA observers that he can pass the '5 second test' as he unbuckled his seat-belts and leapt from the cockpit of the R29. The team's 25-year-old Brazilian reserve driver has been...

In the Renault garage on Thursday, Lucas di Grassi satisfied FIA observers that he can pass the '5 second test' as he unbuckled his seat-belts and leapt from the cockpit of the R29.

The team's 25-year-old Brazilian reserve driver has been ordered on stand-by in Singapore because regular driver Romain Grosjean is not feeling well.

After meeting with doctors, French-Swiss Grosjean, 23, returned early to his hotel room in the Asian city-state on Thursday to rest.

A decision about whether he can drive this weekend will be taken prior to the initial practice session on Friday evening.

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Lucas di Grassi , Romain Grosjean