“I just need to be better in those conditions and improve myself. There are things behind the scenes but I’m not blaming anything,” said Romain Grosjean whose Haas Formula 1 car has been plagued with brake issues.
Recurring brake issues have hounded the American team and it has tried to fix the problem by having runs with its current suppliant Brembo as well as alternate Carbone Industrie.
But despite the outfit’s optimism, Grosjean was insistent he should adapt better after a rough performance in Baku.
“To be fair, I don’t want to speak about brakes anymore…The brake feeling has been terrible all weekend long but Kevin’s got the same comment and he can drive around [it], that’s why I’m saying I don’t want to blame anything,” said the Frenchman who was behind teammate Kevin Magnussen in the entire Azerbaijan circuit.
The Haas driver added, “When it’s not good, then I’m lost. I admit it and I need to work on that and I’m sure I can get better.”
Meanwhile, Team boss Gunther Steiner intimated, “I think it’s different driving styles,” when asked why Magnussen had more success driving despite the braking issues.