Bahrain: Formula One driver Romain Grosjean’s car suffered a major accident on Sunday, after the start of the Bahrain Grand Prix, the car crashed. The race stopped when the car caught fire due to this accident. However, the best part is that he did not have any serious injuries and has been able to get out of the car safely.
The 34-year-old French driver survived a major accident after some contact with Driver Alpha Three. The car got caught the fire. The time of the accident was when Grosgen lost his grip and his car slipped to the right. The rear wheel of the car crashed into the barrier, causing the car to catch fire. Grosjean made his Formula One debut in 2009 and joined the American team Haas F1 in 2016.
Haas team official Guenther Steiner told Sports News Media that the 34-year-old French driver is fine, with mild burns to his hands and ankles. He is undergoing all necessary investigations. The Haas team has shared information by tweeting that, Romain has been taken to the hospital as a precaution and for further medical examination.
“In 12 years, I’ve never seen so much fire,” medical car driver Alan van der Merwe told Sky Sports. “Romain then started to get himself out of the car, which is very surprising after that type of incident.
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