Romain Grosjean shows off gruesome injuries as bandages removed six weeks after fireball crash
Famously, the Formula One season began with the cancellation of the Australian Grand Prix. But it was Romain Grosjean's near-death experience that stood in the memory bank.
A human being, one composed of easily singed meat, clambering out of the center of an orange-red inferno is nothing short of astonishing. But the credit for Romain Grosjean’s survival goes to a hundred years of automotive science
Romain Grosjean will miss the Formula One season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The Frenchman will fly to Switzerland to continue his recovery from injuries sustained in a fiery crash at last week's Bahrain Grand Prix
We are so thankful that Romain Grosjean was able to walk away from this. We did not need a reminder of the bravery and brilliance of our drivers, marshals, and medical teams, nor of the advances in safety in our sport, but we truly got one today #BahrainGP #F1
A horrible moment at the #BahrainGP and a very real reminder of the risks involved in F1 racing. That Romain Grosjean was able to walk away from this is nothing short of a miracle. We await more news. 📻 Listen: 📲 Follow: #bbcf1
After a horrific accident at the start of the romain grosjean'>BahrainGP Romain Grosjean is conscious and walking to an ambulance with the help of the FIA medical team. Huge relief all round.
F1 drivers Sebastian Vettel and Romain Grosjean helped carry Jules Bianchi's coffin earlier:
Grosjean to Haas: "It's [like] a win for us - it's like a win! I don't even know where we finished?" P6, Romain.