Romain Grosjean has moved a step closer to completing a farewell Formula 1 test by attending a set fit.
After his horrific crash in the Bahrain Grand Prix last year, Grosjean was forced to call time on his F1 career two races earlier than was planned.
Haas had already confirmed neither the Frenchman nor team-mate Kevin Magnussen would continue with the team past the end of the season and both drivers had sought opportunities in the United States.
Grosjean, however, remained keen to get back behind the wheel of an F1 car and in the latest edition of the 'In the Fast Lane' podcast, Netflix's executive producer of 'Drive to Survive', James Gay-Rees, revealed the series has been filming with the driver.
"We were filming with Grosjean for a seat fitting today," Gay-Rees said. "He's having one last spin with a team."
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