ROMAIN GROSJEAN has been launched from hospital following his near-death fireball crash on the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday.
The Swiss-born racer, 34, crashed via a guardrail at 140mph, along with his car splitting into two and instantly bursting into a ball of flames.
Grosjean was rushed to hospital after his fireball crash on the Bahrain GPCredit score: Getty – Pool
The Haas racer suffered nasty burns to his arms, however in any other case escaped miraculously unscathed after being saved by his halo device.
On Wednesday morning, Grosjean was launched from hospital.
And the F1 star admitted he ‘nearly cried’ after being instructed he may use his finger once more.
Accompanying an image of his therapeutic hand, Grosjean tweeted: “My proper hand this morning.
“The happiness I had after I was instructed I did not want the total dressing anymore and will use my finger was big.
“Nearly cried. A victory on my approach to restoration.”
Grosjean additionally took to Instagram to indicate himself ‘on the highway’ after being allowed to go away hospital.
Grosjean had been in hospital since Sunday receiving therapy for his accidentsCredit score: Instagram
On his launch from hospital, a Haas assertion learn: “Romain Grosjean was discharged from the care of the Bahrain Defence Drive Hospital at 10.30am native time Wednesday.
“Grosjean spent three nights in hospital following Sunday’s incident on the Bahrain Grand Prix.
“He’ll proceed non-public therapy for the burns suffered on the again of his arms and can stay in Bahrain in the intervening time.
“On behalf of Romain Grosjean and your complete Haas F1 Group we lengthen our due to all who’ve tended to him on the BDF Hospital.”
In the meantime, Haas have named Mick Schumacher in the team for the 2021 season.
And Grosjean congratulated the son of Ferrari legend Michael on his break in F1.
Grosjean tweeted: “Welcome in F1 Mick. You may be racing with some unbelievable leçon within the group.
“Take care of them and they’ll give it again to you at 1,000%.”