No question, Romain Grosjean dominated the GP2 year. He laid down his intent early on by winning the curtailed GP2 Asia series with a second place in Abu Dhabi and victory at a hastily-arranged Imola, and then dominated the European season with five wins and five further podium positions to lead the championship by 35pts (a points margin that alone would have put him 7th in the standings.) Early on there were inconsistencies - he failed to score in the other two GP2 Asia races or in either of the first two GP2 Europe sprint races - but after that he was only out of the top four once, when he retired in Valencia after a collision with Sam Bird. It was a dominant display for the season - but then, he did have his F1 experience to call on. Unfair advantage? Or simply confirmation of a masterful talent that deserves a second (proper) chance in Grand Prix racing?