There was a serious accident at the F1 Bahrain station. Gross made a fire after the crash and escaped from the sea of flames.
A serious accident occurred at the F1 Bahrain Grand Prix on the evening of November 29th, Beijing time. Haas Racing Team driver Gross Jean Chong The off-track racing car caught fire. Fortunately, the driver of the medical car helped him escape the burning racing car at the first time. According to the latest news from the Haas team, Gross has no serious problems. He has mild burns on his hands and ankles and has been sent to the hospital for treatment.
On the first lap of the race, just after the first turn of the grid, Grosjean of Haas Racing rushed out of the track. The car caught fire directly after hitting the guardrail on the sidelines, and the red flag was immediately sent out. Interrupt the game.
Alan van der Merwe, the driver of the medical vehicle, helped Grosjean escape the burning car in the first place.
Subsequently, Grosjean was helped in the medical car. As a preventive measure and for further medical evaluation, Grosjean will be sent to the hospital.
According to Haas leader Steiner:”Grosjean is okay. I don’t want to make a medical comment, but he has mild burns on his hands and ankles. Obviously he was scared… I want to thank the response Very fast rescuers, Matthew and FIA staff. They did a great job. The accident was terrible.”
From the scene, Grosjean’s car was colliding. The rear was broken into two pieces, and the cockpit of the car was intact, which is the embodiment of the advanced protection of today’s F1 car.
Under the raging fire, the F1 racer’s fire-resistant suit and helmet allowed Grosjean to get off the track safely.
This terrible accident was turned into a breeze under the protection of timely staff on the track and the super high safety of the F1 car.