ROMAIN Grosjean is confident of putting his struggles behind him at tomorrow’s Austrian Grand Prix.

The Frenchman, who drives for the Banbury-based Haas team, is yet to score a point in 2018.

His 11th place finish in France last weekend was further compounded by teammate Kevin Magnussen coming sixth, taking his tally to 28.

But Grosjean, who has recorded back-to-back top-tens at the Red Bull Ring is optimistic.

He said: “The last two years have been good in Austria.

“Hopefully, it’s going to be the same case again, and we can really score some big points and come back and fight in the constructors’ championship.”

The other driver yet to score a point is Sergey Sirotkin in the Grove-based Williams.

But the Russian is similarly upbeat about his chances in Austria.

He said: “The circuit suits some bits of our car better so overall, I can expect a good weekend.”

Enstone-based Renault sit comfortably in fourth in the standings.

Nico Hulkenberg is predicting a tough race.

He said: “It’s a short lap, not many corners, but it’s tricky, technical and challenging.”

Meanwhile, Bradley Smith returns to action this weekend in the Dutch MotoGP at the TT Circuit Assen.

The Red Bull KTM Factory Racing rider will look to secure a points finish after crashing out in Barcelona two weeks ago.