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Sport Hero doctor had 'very small window' to help Grosjean

08:06  30 november  2020
08:06  30 november  2020 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

Grosjean escapes fireball as Bahrain crash cuts car in two

  Grosjean escapes fireball as Bahrain crash cuts car in two Romain Grosjean escaped from a horrific first-lap crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday when his car split in two and burst into flames. The French driver's Haas collided with Daniil Kyvat's Alpha Tauri on turn three, skewing into a barrier. Grosjean, 34, was lodged in the front half of his monocoque as it appeared to fly under the barrier, leaving the rear half behind on the edge of the circuit after spinning on impact. His car’s fuel tank was clearly ruptured in the accident, releasing the fuel that ignited in a huge blaze.The crash came at a service road access point where the driver and medical crew from the circuit Safety Car were on the scene immediately.

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FIA medical delegate Dr Ian Roberts has spoken of the moments immediately after he came to the aid of Romain Grosjean, after the Frenchman was engulfed in a fireball at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Grosjean's car split in two and caught fire after he crashed on the opening lap of this morning's race.

Roberts rides in a car driven by former racing driver Alan van der Merwe that starts at the back of the grid at each race, trailing the cars on the opening lap to ensure medical attention is at hand quickly in the event of an emergency in the first corners of the grand prix.

Speaking to Sky Sports F1, Roberts recalled the seconds after Grosjean was able to escape the inferno.

No fractures, burns to his hands: Grosjean stays in hospital overnight

 No fractures, burns to his hands: Grosjean stays in hospital overnight French Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean survived his horror crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix without fractures. © Provided by sport1.de No breaks, burns to the hands: Grosjean stays overnight in the hospital Sakhir (SID) - French Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean survived his horror crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix without breaking. The Haas racing team announced this on Sunday evening.

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Romain Grosjean escapes from his burning car at the F1 Bahrain GP. © Getty Romain Grosjean escapes from his burning car at the F1 Bahrain GP.

"I think I told him to sit down," said Roberts. "Obviously, he was very shaky and his visor was completely opaque and in fact melted.

"I had to get his helmet off just to check that everything else was OK. He'd got some pain in his foot and his hands.

"From that point we knew it was safe enough to move him around into the car just to give him a bit more protection, get some gel onto his burns and then get him into the ambulance off to the medical centre."

Roberts has been widely praised for his bravery, rushing towards the burning car despite only wearing an open-faced helmet.

a group of people in uniform: The front of Romain Grosjean's car is picked up after being incinerated in a crash at the F1 Bahrain GP. © Getty The front of Romain Grosjean's car is picked up after being incinerated in a crash at the F1 Bahrain GP.

"It looked like an oven," he said.

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  'Completely disrespectful': Ricciardo slams 'disgusting' call to replay crash Australian driver has accused F1 of "playing with all our emotions" and being inconsiderate of drivers and families for playing replays of Romain Grosjean's crash at the Bahrain GP in the immediate aftermath of the accident. © Getty Daniel Ricciardo. Grosjean's car split in two and burst into flames on the first lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix, with Grosjean able to pull himself out of the burning car with assistance from FIA medical delegate Ian Roberts.

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"It was red with flame and you could see him trying to get himself out and he was gradually getting himself further and further out."


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Roberts confirmed that he would have been powerless to help had Grosjean not been able to extricate himself from the car.

"There was a fire marshal rapidly on scene and that push of the extinguisher, the powder pushed the flames back enough, once Romain was high enough we could get him over the barrier and away," he explained.

"But it was a very small window because as soon as the extinguisher powder went forward, the flames were coming back pretty soon afterwards."

Roberts said it quickly became apparent Grosjean was not in any immediate danger.

"Our first thought was flames, smoke inhalation, airway issues," he explained. "But in fact, nothing went up into his helmet - we've had a look at that as well.

Masi over Grosjean crash: Energy destroyed the guardrail on impact

 Masi over Grosjean crash: Energy destroyed the guardrail on impact © Motorsport Images Grosjean's monocoque divided the guardrail It was a shocking moment when Romain Grosjean's Haas car crashed into the guardrail in Bahrain, on fire rose and was completely destroyed . The Frenchman was able to free himself from the wreck. He got away with only minor injuries, which force him to take a break in the premier class. According to Formula 1 racing director Michael Masi, the impact energy was the reason for the damage to the guardrail.

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a group of people in uniform: Romain Grosjean is helped away from the scene of his shocking crash at the F1 Bahrain GP. © AP Romain Grosjean is helped away from the scene of his shocking crash at the F1 Bahrain GP.

"But looking at him clinically, we were quite happy with him from a life-threatening injury point of view. Then it was just trying to make him comfortable from the injuries that we could actually see."

Van der Merwe said the whole experience was surreal.

"I've not seen fire like this in my stint as the Medical Car driver," he said. "A lot of it is new and unknown territory, so we can only be prepared as to our own ideas.

"We do a lot of checklist and scene prep, talking about scenarios, but this was crazy - to get there and see one half of the car, with the other nowhere to be seen, and a huge ball of flames.

"So you're thinking on your feet. Preparation only gets you so far and after that there's instinctive and quick thinking."

Sky Sports commentator Martin Brundle has been around Formula One since making his debut as a driver in 1984. His immediate reaction to the crash was disbelief.

"It's torn the car in half, no wonder the fuel came out of it," he said in commentary.

"That's extraordinary. The car has gone through the barrier, it's literally ripped the car in half.

"Unbelievable. That's a miracle."

Grosjean comeback at the final? Decision made .
Haas driver Romain Grosjean will not start at the season finale in Abu Dhabi next weekend after his serious fire accident. © Provided by sport1.de Grosjean comeback at the final? Decision made The French Romain Grosjean will not start at the Formula 1 season finale in Abu Dhabi next weekend after his serious fire accident. The Haas racing team announced this on Sunday. Geneva-born Grosjean will instead return to Switzerland to continue medical treatment for the burns on the back of his hand.

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