Victory on Race of Champions event improved Grosjean chances to remain in Lotus next season.
Dec.17 (GMM) Romain Grosjean insists his Formula One career remains "on track".
His comments follow a period of intense speculation, amid suggestions Lotus - and sponsor Total - are considering dropping the 26-year-old after his often impressive yet tumultuous 2012 season.
Lotus celebrated the 26-year-old's "emphatic" triumph with a lengthy press release.
As for his F1 career, "Things are on track," the Frenchman is quoted as saying by L'Equipe.
"I hope everything turns out well and I am able to put into practice what I learned this year.
"I hope to be stronger next season. Normally, you say that the first year is about learning, but F1 is a little different.
"We went through ups and downs this season, but I learned a thousand things. I had a good start but also went through some difficult times.
"Ultimately, the team allowed me to grow and I became a better driver. I hope to continue to learn next year," added Grosjean.