ROMAIN GROSJEAN might return to the monitor NEXT WEEK on the Sakhir Grand Prix after Haas boss Guenther Steiner stated: “It is his resolution”.
The Swiss racer, 34, was taken to hospital after his automobile pierced via a crash barrier at 140mph, was sliced in two and burst into a terrifying fireball at the Bahrain GP.
Grosjean’s automobile exploded in a horror fireball at Bahrain – however the racer might return in a matter of daysCredit score: Getty Pictures – Getty
Grosjean gave a constructive up to date on social media after going to hospitalCredit score: Instagram
On Sunday evening, Grosjean shared an update on his health along with his social media followers.
He wrote: “I needed to say I’m OK. Thanks very a lot for all of the messages.
“I used to be not for the halo some years in the past however I believe it’s the biggest factor we have now carried out in Formula One and with out it I might not be capable of converse to you at this time.
“Due to all of the medical workers on the circuit and hospital and hopefully I can write you some messages.”
And now, Haas chief Steiner has advised he could possibly be behind the wheel in Sakhir, Bahrain, THIS weekend.
Requested if Grosjean would race, Steiner stated: “That’s his resolution.
“I cannot let him intrude with that one. He must make that one up for himself. I observe his steerage there.
Grosjean’s Haas was ripped into two items after the horror crashCredit score: The Mega Company
Haas boss Steiner has revealed Grosjean might race this weekendCredit score: Splash Information
“I do not understand how he’s tomorrow when the bruises come via and possibly he thinks a bit of bit extra about it.
“I do not know what somebody is pondering after a factor like this.
“I do not wish to begin to speculate who’s going to interchange him, and we do not know if anyone goes to interchange him or not.
“That’s the reason why I wish to give him a bit of little bit of time to consider it, to provide us suggestions on what he desires to do, and we go from there.”
Steiner continued: “My plan is to go and see him [on Monday], see what is absolutely taking place.
“I didn’t go [to the hospital on Sunday], I simply spoke on the phone with him as a result of we had a whole lot of stuff to type out right here.
“I’ll go there tomorrow morning to talk with him and see what the docs have gotten to say and go from there.
“For positive we have now all the time acquired a plan in place however for the time being my plan can be, if he’s OK, to get [him] again in there within the race in Bahrain subsequent weekend, however we have now to attend till [Monday].”
Steiner additionally paid tribute to the development in F1 security know-how and the medical automobile for saving Grosjean’s life.
He added: “It was luck and I believe lots of people did the precise factor within the circumstance, beginning with him how he acquired out of the automobile.
“I used to be instructed that in case you watch the video there’s a video of the backwards-facing digicam which reveals how he will get out.
“So I used to be very impressed with the medical automobile, too, how fast they intervened and helped him out and in addition the marshals who got here with the fireplace extinguisher, how fast they have been there.
“It was fairly spectacular.
“I imply, the system clearly labored at this time. That is simply to say a giant thanks to those guys.”