Romain Grosjean doesn't really do miserable, at least not in public.
Even during his own troubled times in recent years, when his fellow drivers railed against his wild ways on track, he was able to take it in his stride, and at least put on a smile for the watching world.
But over the course of the last two days in Bahrain that smile has become far more strained. Grosjean has done his best to stay jovial, and to keep batting off the questions with jokey answers:
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