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    Romain Grosjean

    Romain Grosjean underwent surgery on his left hand.

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    Grosjean crash in pictures

    His car exploded on contact with the rail!

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    The Grosjean crash in pictures

    The French pilot managed to escape the flames.

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    The Grosjean crash in pictures

    Grosjean’s Haas, completely cut in two!

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    The cockpit which Grosjean managed to get out of.

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    The Grosjean crash in pictures

    The gas tank caught fire.

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    He only suffers from a few burns …

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    We had to put out the fire.

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    A single-seater in crumbs.

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    Romain Grosjean

    He is at the end of his contract with Haas and will not be renewed.

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    Romain Grosjean

    He could bounce back in Formula-E or Endurance.

Recovering from his impressive accident during the Bahrain GP, ​​Romain Grosjean testified to the recovery on social networks. Besides, he showed his rugged hands without bandages.

The 2020 F1 season was marked by the terrible accident of Romain Grosjean during the Bahrain GP. The French pilot escaped unscathed after remaining in his burning car for 28 seconds after an ultra violent impact on the safety rail. As a result of this terrible tragedy, he was seriously burned on the hands. Recovering, Romain Grosjean shared some pictures of his injured hands without the presence of bandages.

Grosjean: “It’s not yet pretty”

Two months after the accident, the 34-year-old appeared happy with his cat on Instagram. In addition, he revealed his scarred hands during his healing phase. My hands are back and Petrus is not unhappy about it, said the pilot on social networks. It’s not pretty yet so please don’t swipe right if you don’t feel like it ”, he said on this post. The after-effects of the accident are still present, however, Grosjean is feeling better and is making it known after ending his F1 career.

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