Romain Grosjean: Haas driver ‘doesn’t feel like a hero’ after escape from fiery accident

The 34-year-old Frenchman said: “I know the footage was unbelievable.”. Grosjean said if he had seen the crash happen to someone else “I would have been sure that the driver was dead”. Grosjean, who has suffered burns to his hands and bruising to his left foot, said he hoped Formula 1 could learn from the accident to make the sport safer in the future. Grosjean said the toughest aspect of the crash for him was the suffering he had put those closest to him through. “[My wife] Marion, it has been very hard for her,” he said. Grosjean said: “I felt my mission was to reassure them so they were ready to go again this weekend. “The body is recovering as quick as it can,” Grosjean said.

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