A French race automobile driver emerged largely unhurt from a fiery wreck on Sunday in Bahrain, in accordance with Formulation 1.
On Romain Grosjean’s first lap on the Bahrain Grand Prix on the Bahrain Worldwide Circuit in Manama, his automobile started to spark and veered right into a wall earlier than splitting in two and bursting into flames.
Firefighters rushed the automobile and sprayed it with extinguishers; Grosjean, helmet on, emerged from the flames, wrested himself from the automobile body, and walked shortly away from the wreck whereas shaking his arms in ache.
Formulation 1 described his automobile as “heavy with gasoline” and “badly broken” after the crash. In keeping with a press release from his Formulation 1 group posted on Twitter, Grosjean “is doing okay.”
Grosjean suffered minor burns on his arms and ankles, the assertion mentioned.
“Clearly he is shaken,” Guenther Steiner, principal of the Hass Crew, mentioned within the tweet. “I wish to thank the rescue crews who’re very fast. The marshals and FIA individuals they did an ideal job, it was scary.”
The driving force is at present recovering at a hospital in Manama.