Romain Grosjean climbs to safety after surviving huge F1 crash at Bahrain GP

Grosjean, 34, veered off the track after just three corners, hitting the barriers with an impact registering at 53G. But Grosjean’s Haas team quickly reported that the driver was out of the cockpit. A replay then showed Grosjean frantically leaping out of his fireball inferno with the aid of a doctor. Further replays showed that Grosjean moved to the right of the track, clipping the front-left wheel of Daniil Kvyat’s AlphaTauri before crashing head on into the barriers. There will now be question marks as to how Grosjean’s car managed to penetrate a steel barrier.

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