However Grosjean said he’s “happy” with his performance so far. “Obviously there’s one guy that’s not going to be on the grid next year. Who is it going to be? I don’t know.”
Grosjean said he was more concerned about his position at the team 12 months ago when he was involved in a series of incidents during the opening races.
“Honestly last year I was in a very different position and I could understand that I was going to [be] put aside.
“This year, yes the season is not great, the results are not what they are. But I am happy with what I’ve been doing, I am happy with what I’ve achieved.
“I’ve had a terrible year. Six DNFs and none of them are my fault. Reliability hasn’t been on my side, the car performance hasn’t been on my side either. Whenever we were going to have good races we didn’t get it to the finish line. It’s not a good season in that aspect.
“But again I think I’m happy with my performance I’m very happy with my feedback.” Grosjean has previously said his doubts over the upgrade the team introduced in Spain were vindicated when he had the chance to run the old car in Austria.
He believes Haas hasn’t made a decision yet on who will partner Magnussen next year. “I’m quite confident I’ll be on the grid next year,” he added.
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