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Entertainment "I put my hands in the fire ...": Romain Grosjean tells how he survived his terrible F1 accident (VIDEO)

19:20  01 december  2020
19:20  01 december  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

Romain Grosjean: Change to the IndyCar series is now an issue

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Romain Grosjean says he “saw death coming” as he was trying to escape his burning car after his huge crash The Ross Brawn Column: It was a relief to see Grosjean walk away - now his accident needs to be better understood. I put my hands in the fire , so I clearly felt it burning on the chassis.

Formula One driver Romain Grosjean praised the ‘Halo’ safety device for helping him emerge from his F 1 driver Romain Grosjean spoke from hospital after his crash in Bahrain. His Haas team later confirmed Grosjean had survived the incident relatively unscathed, only suffering minor burns.

On November 29, on the Bahrain Grand Prix circuit, he was passed very close to death ... After his terrible F1 accident, Romain Grosjean explained on TF1, this Tuesday, how he survived the fire.

Le 29 novembre dernier, sur le circuit du Grand Prix de Bahreïn, il est passé très prêt de la mort... Après son terrible accident de F1, Romain Grosjean a expliqué sur TF1, ce mardi, comment il a survécu au feu. © TF1 On November 29, on the Bahrain Grand Prix circuit, he passed very close to death ... After his terrible F1 accident, Romain Grosjean explained on TF1 this Tuesday how he survived fire.

It is a miraculous pilot who confided in this December 1st, in Jean-Pierre Pernaut's 1pm newscast. The day after a terrible accident at the Bahrain Grand Prix, the Formula 1 champion congratulated himself: " I do not know if we can speak of a miracle, but my time had not come" .

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Formula One driver Romain Grosjean was involved in a horrific crash that left his car engulfed in flames at F 1 star Max Verstappen says he 's not the new Michael Schumacher. How Lewis Hamilton is On the first lap, Grosjean veered off the track after the third corner following some contact with

The video of the flames with the marshalls putting it out, and then grosjean just jumping out, on the OTHER He got out from the top. You can see how the cell was stuck in the barrier in this photo, the cell was This will have been his last F 1 race, with the presumption that he won’t race at Abu Dhabi

He, who now has his hands bandaged, wants to reassure himself about his state of health: " It's going very well, given the accident, but I have Mickey's hands! The movements are going well, it's not pleasant, but not painful, so it's ok ". However, on the psychological level, Romain Grosjean admits to being still shaken ...

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He who " really saw death happen " and who lived last Sunday " the biggest crash I have seen in my life "is preparing for therapy. It must be said that he has come a long way ... After the shock, on the circuit, in the middle of the race, the athlete confides: " I saw my visor turn orange ... It seemed to me much longer than 28 seconds, I thought about a lot of things ".

With his children in mind, Romain Grosjean decided that he had to get out of it, and that he could not " end like that ", he said. To get out of the flames, he reveals: " I put my hands in the fire, so I clearly felt they were burning on the frame, I got out, and I felt someone a pull me on the suit so I felt I was out ". A story that chills your back ...

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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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