Romain Grosjean has spoke of his desire to find success with Haas in Formula One.
While many expect Grosjean to leave should an opportunity arise with Ferrari, who supplies Haas with a number of components, including engines, the former GP2 champion insists he has long-term ambition with Haas.
"When I joined I knew it wasn’t one year and I knew it needed to be a multi-year thing because it’s a new team," Grosjean told Autosport.
"The team and I know that I want to be world champion and I’m already 30, so I don’t have ten years in front of me," he added. "I may have seven or eight which is still a long time."
"I know one thing is Gene didn’t come into Formula One just to be here," he said. "He’s here because he wants to win, the same as [he did] in NASCAR."
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