A month and a half ago the French pilot Romain Grosjean suffered a terrible accident in the Bahrain GP, which left the hearts of the entire paddock and Motosport fans in a fist.
A shocking crash at 221 km / h that caused the carrerista to be 27 seconds engulfed in flames.
Fortunately Grosjean was able to get out of the car with the help of Ian Roberts, Formula 1 medical delegate, and Alan van der Merwe, driver of the FIA medical car.
Little by little the progress in his wounds advances, although the state of one of his hands impacts.
“My hands are back and Petrus (his pet) is not too sad about it! It’s not pretty yet, so don’t slide your finger to the right if you don’t feel like it, ”the French rider wrote in the post.
Without a doubt, one of the most agonizing accidents that Formula 1 has experienced in recent years.