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27 July 1943 (75)
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about Max Jean

Max Jean (27 July 1943, Marseille) is a French former racing driver who won the Formule France championship in 1968. In addition to numerous Formula Two and Formula Three entries, Jean participated in one Formula One Grand Prix, driving a March for Frank Williams Racing Cars in his home race on 4 July 1971. He scored no championship points.


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season teammate
1971 Ronnie Peterson
Henri Pescarolo
John Love
Alex Soler-Roig
Skip Barber
François Mazet
Nanni Galli
Mike Beuttler
Niki Lauda
Jean-Pierre Jarier
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On Tuesday Marion Jolles Grosjean, who used to present TF1's F1 television coverage in France, revealed on social media that her home had been targeted by burglars on Monday night.<br>Her husband had returned home by that point after competing in last weekend's Canadian Grand Prix.<br>Romain Grosjean, a 10-time F1 podium finisher, allegedly took action.<br>Mrs Grosjean took to Instagram on Tuesday ...

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Grosjean was eliminated from the second part of qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix when his teammate Kevin Magnussen crashed heavily exiting the final corner and prevented final improvements in Q2. <br>That meant Grosjean, who was the first car on the scene as he was running a few seconds behind Magnussen, failed to set a lap time after in Q2 after flat-spotting his first set of tyres, and ...

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Grosjean was baulked by Gasly in the closing stages of Q2 exiting the Casino right-hander, prompting an expletive-filled radio rant from the Haas driver, who complained: “Honestly, people don't give a s**t”.<br>The incident cost Grosjean a final chance to improve his laptime and left him consigned to 13th on the grid, as he was eliminated in Q2 while teammate Kevin Magnussen advanced to the ...

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The two Haas drivers were battling over seventh position after the safety car restart late on in the Spanish Grand Prix when they touched as Magnussen attacked at the inside of the first corner.<br>Grosjean ran wide and dropped back as result, going on to finish 10th, while Magnussen finished seventh.<br>Haas boss Gunther Steiner had urged his drivers to quickly put the incident behind them, but ...

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The Frenchman made good use of a major new update package to end up sixth-fastest in the afternoon session at Barcelona, ahead of Red Bull’s Pierre Gasly, and he thinks the form can be carried through to qualifying.<br>“I am feeling optimistic,” said Grosjean. “I am feeling like we have got a good chance to qualify both cars in the top ten and maybe play with the Red Bull.<br>“Saying ...

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The first non-flyaway race of the season is traditionally when teams bring significant updates, although it has become more common for teams with greater resources to roll out new parts across the opening races.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Haas baseline still best of F1 midfield - Grosjean<br>Haas concedes VF19 "absolutely the worst" with tyres<br><br><br>Haas is usually strong at Barcelona and hopes ...

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Haas has largely failed to convert regular Q3 appearances into points in the early races of 2019, with the team's VF-19 blighted by tyre warm-up issues.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Grosjean: Haas struggles "unsurprising but f***ing annoying"<br>Haas concedes VF19 "absolutely the worst" with tyres<br><br><br>The new car's weaknesses were particularly exposed last time out in Azerbaijan, where both ...

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Haas started the season with the fourth-fastest car but has not scored points since Kevin Magnussen finished sixth in the opening race in Australia, as it failed to convert strong one-lap pace into race performance in Bahrain and China.<br>In Azerbaijan, neither car made it into the top-10 shootout in qualifying, Magnussen finished a distant 13th and Grosjean fell out of the points before retiring ...

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As Motorsport.com revealed over the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend, the FIA stewards and race director Michael Masi met with drivers to discuss how best to deal with rules of engagement in wheel-to-wheel racing.<br>It comes amid the battle to find the right balance between being too harsh with penalties that stops drivers fighting each other, or being too relaxed and letting bad behaviour creep ...

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Grosjean, whose team bemoaned a “hopeless” race on Sunday, topped the times early on Tuesday at the Sakhir circuit.<br>After hitting the front in the opening hour he improved to a 1m30.982s by the time the first of two rain showers hit the track.<br>The drivers scurried back to the pits after two and a half hours of running, but teams kept sent them back out – on slicks – within half an ...

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Grosjean failed to score in the first eight races of 2018, with a botched pitstop in Australia and lost bodywork in Bahrain kicking off the streak.<br>The 2019 Haas car has largely matched the strong early form of its predecessor, at least over a single lap, but Grosjean has again failed to pick up points in the first two races – as a repeat pitstop issue in Melbourne was followed by a collision ...

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Grosjean had not been alerted over team radio about the fast-approaching Norris, who was on a flying lap, and only saw the McLaren driver in his mirrors at the last second.<br>Although he did all he could to get out of his way, the FIA stewards ruled that Grosjean had impeded Norris, handing him a three-place grid penalty and adding one penalty point.<br>The way that the system works is that ...

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Grosjean picked up a three-place grid penalty, dropping him from eighth to 11th, for impeding Norris during the opening part of qualifying at the Sakhir circuit.<br>The Haas driver was overtaken by Vettel approaching the final corner, which made Grosjean slow down so much to avoid compromising the lap he was about to begin that he got in the way of Norris, who was completing his first flying lap ...

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Grosjean had qualified his Haas eighth for Sunday's race but will drop to 11th after being judged to have blocked Norris in the first qualifying segment.<br>The Bahrain GP stewards have decided Grosjean drove "unnecessarily slowly" and impeded Norris at the final corner.<br>This did not prevent Norris from making it through to the next phase of qualifying, as the McLaren driver ended up reaching ...

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A year ago in Melbourne both Haas drivers retired because their wheels were not correctly affixed during pitstops. The team had been holding fourth and fifth places prior to that.<br>Twelve months on, Grosjean was running seventh behind teammate Kevin Magnussen before a slow pitstop in which Haas had to have two attempts to fit his left-front wheel.<br>That dropped Grosjean into the midfield, and ...

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F1 had pushed through changes to the technical regulations, including simplified front and rear wings and restrictions to the bargeboards and brake ducts, in order to boost overtaking this year.<br>The changes did not gather universal support from the teams, and there were widespread doubts that the measure would be effective, which Red Bull team boss Christian Horner saying the change had been an ...

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One of the main talking points of the new 'F1: Drive to Survive' series is the way that Haas boss Steiner lets rip at Grosjean on the back of his early 2018 struggles.<br>As well as swearing at him on the pitwall, Steiner speaks out at a team dinner at the French Grand Prix which Grosjean is not present at.<br>"Romain is not here," said Steiner. "Maybe he is not here because he doesn't have any ...

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The Haas driver was one of several drivers to have moments in Monday’s cold conditions, with Kimi Raikkonen, Sebastian Vettel and Nico Hulkenberg also spinning.<br>Rear blanket temperatures have been dropped to 80°C this year, while fronts have stayed at 100°C. Pirelli experimented with different combinations at the Abu Dhabi test in November before making the final call.<br>“I think we are ...

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In a move to level the playing field between the smaller and bigger drivers, F1 has changed the way the minimum car and driver weight are calculated.<br>From the start of this season, any driver who weighs less than 80kg will have to have ballast added in to the cockpit area of his car to bring him up to that level.<br>The change means that drivers will no longer have to be so strict with their ...

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The French squad beat Haas to fourth place in the standings by 29 points, in a battle that also took place off the track following Renault's protest at the Italian GP.<br>Renault protested Romain Grosjean's car after the Monza race - where he finished sixth - and the Frenchman was excluded over the legality of his floor.<br>Grosjean believes the protest showed Haas, in only its third year in the ...

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Having finished eighth in its first two seasons in the sport, the American squad made a jump in the pecking order in 2018, finishing in fifth place in the standings after a season-long battle for fourth with Renault.<br>Team boss Gunther Steiner acknowledged after last season that errors due to a lack of experience were behind it losing out to its French rival, which finished 29 points ahead ...

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Grosjean failed to score points in any of the first eight races of the season, suffering a high-profile botched pitstop in Australia but also making major errors in Azerbaijan and Spain.<br>Magnussen scored 27 points in that same period, but Grosjean hit back with fourth place – Haas’s best result in F1 – in Austria and then finished in the top 10 in seven of the next 12 grands ...

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Although the Frenchman's season started off well with a strong showing in Australia before pitstop trouble, he later endured a run of incidents and accidents that left his future with Haas in doubt. But after getting his mental approach back on track, Grosjean delivered a very strong finish to the year that helped him secure a new contract. Asked about what he needs to do this winter to ...

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The duo were fighting over seventh place as they approached the Turn 8/9 chicane at the end of the Yas Marina circuit’s main straight. They both locked up and went deep into Turn 8, but Grosjean remained on Hulkenberg’s right-hand side for the apex of Turn 9 and they touched wheels – sending the German driver into a dramatic series of flips towards the barriers on the edge of the ...

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Gasly was on a hot lap when he came across a slow-moving Grosjean, who appeared not to have seen the Toro Rosso. Gasly aborted his lap, slowed down alongside Grosjean, and waved his fist. At the same time, the Haas driver turned into the corner and they made side-to-side contact, sending bits of bodywork flying. The stewards called both drivers to a hearing, with suggestions that Grosjean ...

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