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The Bahrain Grand Prix is only a few seconds old when the Formula 1 race is already interrupted. Romain Grosjean crashes into the boundary with his Haas car, creating a huge ball of fire. The race management immediately decides in favor of the red flag, the 19 remaining cars slowly drive into the pit lane. Shortly afterwards the first slight all-clear follows, the Haas team tweeted: „We heard over the pit radio that Romain had left the car and is fine.“ The repetition shows how Grosjean crashes head-on into the guardrail at high speed, tearing his car in two. The French climbs out of the bolide on his own, which immediately goes up in flames. Apparently, it is the Halo cockpit protection that saves Grosjean’s life, because the front of the car breaks through the guardrail. The rear part of the car is tearing off, the monocoque that protects the driver becomes visible after the flames have been extinguished: it hangs in the guardrail and can hardly be recognized as such.
As if by a miracle – at least judging by the pictures of the accident – Grosjean hobbles away from his burning car on his own and is immediately transported to the medical center. According to RTL information, the 34-year-old stayed in the flames for a total of 27 seconds, the racing suits are designed for 35 seconds in the fire. Shortly afterwards, his team boss Günther Steiner stated that his pilot had „minor burns on his hands and feet“, but he was „okay“ according to the circumstances. According to Steiner, it was „luck in bad luck, but also a great effort from the Marshalls, who were there immediately.“ Haas tweeted, „As a precaution and for further investigation, Romain is being rushed to the hospital.“ In the meantime, track workers started the repair work. The 15th race of the season should continue at 4.15 p.m. at the earliest, and a decision should be made at 4:05 p.m.