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Entertainment TV ratings Bahrain 2020: more viewers after the Grosjean accident

19:20  30 november  2020
19:20  30 november  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Romain Grosjean ’s remarkable escape from an enormous, violent, high-speed accident at the Bahrain Grand Prix has been hailed as a testament to Formula One’s pursuit of safety.

Der Unfall von Romain Grosjean sorgte für eine lange Unterbrechung © Motorsport Images The accident of Romain Grosjean caused a long interruption

The accident of Romain Grosjean has significantly more viewers at the Bahrain Grand Prix Locked TV screens. Because the Grand Prix had to be interrupted for more than 80 minutes after the Haas driver crashed, the odds for the race are split in two this time.

It is noticeable that both RTL and ORF the odds for the race after the restart are significantly higher than at the first start, when it had to be stopped after a few meters.

3.83 million fans were in front of the television on RTL for the first time at 3:10 p.m., 4.13 million fans were counted after the restart. According to the private broadcaster, more than five million viewers tuned in at the peak.

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Romain Grosjean climbs to safety after surviving huge F1 crash at Bahrain GP. Romain stated getting out, which was amazing after an accident like that. There was some relief when we got back Flames seen from the crash scene after Haas’ Romain Grosjean crashed out at the start of the race

The Bahrain Grand Prix was red flagged on the opening lap after a horrific accident for Haas driver Romain Grosjean , who has been taken to hospital with minor burns to his hands and legs and suspected broken ribs. His car erupted into flames upon contact with the Armco barrier on the exit of

Nonetheless, it was noticeable that interest after Lewis Hamilton's established title has waned. Because in 2019 there were still 4.82 million fans in Bahrain - and that with warmer temperatures in April. At that time, Bahrain was also the second race of the season and saw the two Ferraris of Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel on the front row.

The market share in the second part of the race was 17.8 percent, in the target group at least 16.4 percent were picked up - also significantly less than the 24.4 percent from the previous year.

pay TV broadcaster Sky was able to look forward to 570,000 viewers, which has not been achieved in Austria and Hungary since the first triple header. There was a strong 5.7 percent market share in the target group.

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Romain Grosjean has been taken to hospital with minor burns and injuries after a terrifying, fiery accident at the Bahrain Grand Prix. Grosjean 's car was embedded in the barrier on its side and the driver appears to have been saved by the halo head-protection device.

Romain Grosjean climbs to safety after surviving huge F1 crash at Bahrain GP. Romain stated getting out, which was amazing after an accident like that. There was some relief when we got back Flames seen from the crash scene after Haas’ Romain Grosjean crashed out at the start of the race

The interest in Austria was similar: 578,000 spectators for the first part of the race (32 percent market share) already meant a good rate, which, however, increased to 672,000 fans (34 percent) during the interruption. The second race even counted 690,000 fans - only at the Styria GP, another 1,000 fans watched.

On the other hand, the market share of 28 percent was significantly weaker than this season. However, this has to do with the later start time of the race, which generally has a negative effect on the market share, as has been observed in recent years.

The next Grand Prix in Sachir will take place later, namely at 6:10 pm. This means that a higher number of viewers can be assumed, but a lower market share.

You can find an overview of all odds for the 2020 season on our sister site de.motorsport.com !

Romain Grosjean rethinking possible IndyCar move after fiery Bahrain Formula 1 crash .
Grosjean said Friday in Bahrain that he may not want to race in IndyCar in 2021 after his car exploded in flames following a head-on collision with the wall on the first lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix. Grosjean was engulfed in flames in the car for nearly 30 seconds before he got out with the assist of safety and medical workers. He thankfully only suffered burns to his hands and ankles and no fractured bones. But the experience is something he has to consider before deciding if he wants to move to IndyCar in 2021.From Racer: “What is the hardest? For me it’s not what I went through — this is my life, my job and the risk we take,” Grosjean said.

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