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Romain Grosjean crashed at 192kph at force equivalent to 67 Gs at F1 Bahrain Grand Prix, investigation finds – ABC News

French Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean was subject to the equivalent of 67 Gs of force when his Haas car crashed into barriers at 192kph at the Bahrain Grand Prix,…



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Romain Grosjean was doing 192 kilometres per hour when he hit a metal crash barrier and his car exploded into a fireball around him at the Bahrain Grand Prix last year.

  • Romain Grosjean was trapped in the cockpit for 27 seconds as flames engulfed his Haas car after a crash on the opening lap of the Bahrain GP
  • Grosjean suffered burns on the back of his hands and a sprained ankle in the crash
  • The medical car arrived at the scene just 11 seconds after Grosjean made impact with the metal barrier

The impact…

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