Lopez is on the board of Genii Capital which bought into the Renault F1 team at the end of last year.
Renault are yet to confirm who will be their second driver alongside Robert Kubica in 2011.
Grosjean is hoping to return to F1 after seven races for Renault at the end of 2009. He’s driving from the DAMS team (formerly run by Renault team principal Eric Boullier) in GP2 at Monza again this weekend.
This agreement with Gravity Sport Management is a great opportunity for me, and I’m very happy to be able to take advantage of it.
Such a partner will enable me to concentrate on my return to top-level single-seater racing, and I hope to attain my main aim, which is still Formula 1.
This weekend’s mission will be to build on the promising performance on the Spa-Francorchamps circuit on which Jérôme and I showed the team’s and car’s potential.
A victory would be a marvellous reward for the efforts invested over the last few weekends by everybody. One thing’s sure. Monza’s a circuit that I like; it’s a very quick track and I’m prepared to give the maximum.
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