Who is Romain Grosjean’s Wife, Marion Jolles?

January 3, 2020 6:02 pm

Romain Grosjean is an F1 racer who drives for Haas-Ferrari. Grosjean started his career at Renault. He later joined the Lotus F1 Team, alongside Kimi Räikkönen.

Even though he was born in Geneva, he still races under the French flag. Dealing with both his nationalities and making him of French-Swiss nationality.

His major accomplishments of life include winning the GP2 Asia Series and GP2 Series. Grosjean was the first person to ever win both of these series to win GP2 series twice.

He started his professional racing career in 2008 and got married in 2012. His wife’s name is Marion Jollés.

The Wife – Marion Jollés

Marion Jollés is a French journalist and a broadcaster belonging to Saint Etienne. She has studied journalism in Paris and then spent a spell of years in Canada.

She initiated his TV career at Eurosport after which she got the job as a presenter for the show Automoto. Automoto is a popular car show based in France. The attribute that she is most known for is her fluency in English. This got her the recognition she has today.

She did a few shows about F1 at Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. During these kinds of shows, she met Romain Grosjean. They got married in 2012 in Chamonix, France.

The couple has been together since 2008 when Romain was just a test driver for Renault. They have 2 sons, Sacha is 6 while Simon is 4. They are already expecting their 3rd child.

They also launched a cookbook together named Cuisine et Confidences. Romain and Marion are co-authors to the book that was released in 2017. Renowned chefs Akrame Benallal, Guy Savoy and Christophe Michalak provided help in writing the book.

When asked about what Romain Grosjean’s perfect day is, he said “I would sleep well together with the children and then have a nice breakfast, something like eggs, and then work out. Following that I would cook with the kids, Pizza is one of our favorites for example, we love it. After a short siesta, we would take the boat by the lake and go out to do some wakeboarding and general relaxing. When we get home I would take the kids to the bath, listen to good music and go early to bed. Formula 1 is always in me, but I can also get away well.

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