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Romain Grosjean Reminds Us of His Potential with Belgian Grand Prix Podium

Some drivers arrive in Formula One seemingly predestined for success and almost immediately live up to that hype. In recent years, Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel fit that mold. Others clearly have the talent to be in F1, but their career arcs are more gradual climbs. Jenson Button, for example, took his first win in his seventh season and the world championship in his 10th. Romain Grosjean, who finished a brilliant third for Lotus in Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix, has always had the speed and talent. He was a champion in Formula Three and GP2 and scored three podium finishes in 2012, his first full F1 season (a detail often omitted amidst talk of his many first lap errors that year). The Frenchman does not, however, have the results yet ...

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