US News Romain Grosjean reconsiders IndyCar change after fire accident

11:05  05 december  2020
11:05  05 december  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Haas driver Romain Grosjean eloquently explains in incredible detail his thoughts and mental processes in the immediate aftermath of his crash at the 2020 Bahrain Grand Prix which tore his car in half and he feared for his life.

Formula One driver Romain Grosjean says the thought of his children inspired him to escape his burning car after a horrific crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday.

Romain Grosjean: Mit IndyCar will er es sich jetzt nochmal überlegen © Motorsport Images Romain Grosjean: With IndyCar he now wants to reconsider

A possible IndyCar change from Romain Grosjean after the 2020 Formula 1 season remains a zigzag course. After the Haas driver, who could not find a cockpit in Formula 1 for 2021, initially only hesitantly considered the IndyCar option, he wants to reassess the situation after his serious fire accident in Bahrain .

"As you all know, at one point we thought about IndyCar and the question of whether we would include the oval races, where the worst accidents can occur," says the 34-year-old on the sidelines of the Sachir Grand Prix.

"I watched it on TV and it seems difficult. I don't know if I could," said Grosjean, who is a French and Swiss citizen. He also points out that moving to the USA would mean physical separation from his family.

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Romain Grosjean spoke to the written media for the first time since his fiery crash in the Bahrain Grand Prix, giving a enthralling and vivid account of his recollections of the accident that gripped the motorsport MUST-SEE: Romain Grosjean 's incredible recollection of escaping Bahrain crash fire .

Formula 1 Driver Romain Grosjean is getting brutally honest about the fiery crash he survived at the Bahrain Grand Prix over the weekend -- saying he honestly thought he was going to die. After he was rescued, Grosjean says it was important he showed the world he could walk on his own power.

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He doesn’t want to deal with it any further: “My first and currently only goal is to drive again in Abu Dhabi and see how it works works for me. I can either drive in Abu Dhabi or have a little more free time. "

"Last week the priority was still to sign a contract in racing for 2021. The priorities are a little different now. If I don't race in 2021, I will kitesurf, spend time with my children and enjoy life and free time, which I haven't been able to do since 2017. "

And from 2022 there will be a Le Mans program from Peugeot.

F1-Friday Bahrain: George Russell "still two tenths away from Bottas" .
© Motorsport Images George Russell set the fastest time in both free practice sessions on Friday. George Russell made the best time in both Friday practice sessions for the Sachir Grand Prix in Bahrain ( Formula 1 2020 live in the ticker! ) secured the best time. The substitute for Lewis Hamilton (positive corona test) convinced on his first day of training in the Mercedes and set a best time of 58,262 seconds on the so-called "Outer Circuit" in the second free practice under floodlights.

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