Romain Grosjean back in cockpit just 86 days after fireball F1 crash for IndyCar with special helmet designed by kids

ROMAIN GROSJEAN got back in the cockpit just 86 days after surviving a fiery smash in Bahrain. After nine seasons in F1, the Frenchman has taken up a career in IndyCar. Grosjean, 34, cheated death in a crash in the Bahrain GP that was measured at 52G when his Haas car stuck a barrier and was ignited into a fireball. Grosjean added: “It’s a different car, a different position, but apart from that, everything felt great and normal. “When I arrived, I was quite surprised to see that the cars are being set up here, and there’s no closed garage or tents. You get to go into the pit lane, and I was talking to Sebastien Bourdais, and Takuma (Sato) came over, and we had a good chat next to his car.

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