FORMULA ONE bosses have began their investigation into the horrifying crash that just about killed Romain Grosjean.
The Swiss-born star escaped a fiery smash in Bahrain with just burns to his hands because of F1’s security measures and the fast work of the medical staff and marshals.
F1 bosses have launched an investigation into Grosjean’s horror crashCredit score: Splash Information
Grosjean gave followers a second constructive replace from his hospital room on MondayCredit score: Instagram
Nevertheless, the game’s governing physique will now forensically analyse Grosjean‘s Haas and research the info on his automobile to establish what brought about the crash and the way it may be prevented in future.
FIA chiefs may also double-check the security of the Bahrain monitor which can host its second race this weekend, albeit on a brand new format – a faster oval monitor.
Race Director Michael Masi stated: “The blokes on the Bahrain Worldwide Circuit did an incredible job. Credit score the place credit score’s due…
“From all sides of that incident response be it marshals, fireplace marshals, our superb medical staff Alan van der Merwe and Dr Ian Roberts, the administration from a race management perspective…
“It is not only one little piece, it is everybody working collectively. So it is a credit score to everybody concerned.
“With each incident, however extra so with each main incident, the FIA security division leads the investigation.
“The one seater division, of which F1 is a component from a technical perspective, has an involvement.
“The F1 groups and the technical administrators will likely be concerned. The circuits fee will likely be concerned [on] circuit security.
Grosjean’s Haas was torn into two items after the horrific crashCredit score: The Mega Company
“The entire varied components of the FIA group as a complete and all of the respective material consultants actually will overview this specific space and see what might be learnt, what might be improved.
“It is a credit score to the security programs that we’ve got as a complete and our total security package deal and the best way the FIA has been working by way of it throughout many, a few years, that Romain got here out comparatively — all issues thought of — unscathed.”
F1’s managing director, Ross Brawn stated that he was shocked to see the automobile burst into flames and needs to uncover simply how Grosjean’s Haas break up in two.
He added: “Seeing Romain bounce out of the automobile was an enormous reduction.
“The FIA, working with the staff, have to know the dynamics of what occurred within the accident to see if enhancements are attainable.
“It was a fairly extreme impression and there are limits as to what you’d have the ability to comprise or management.
“However penetrating the barrier like that needs to be understood.
“It additionally needs to be understood why there was a hearth and why the automobile broke in two.
“These are the issues that the FIA will now take the time to analyse and work out what might be finished higher.”
In the meantime, Grosjean will NOT return to the track at this weekend’s Sakhir Grand Prix after Haas called-up Brazilian teenager Pietro Fittipaldi.
Elsewhere, Sebastian Vettel slammed Bahrain’s guardrails after Grosjean’s death-defying crash.