F1 driver Romain Grosjean survived a miraculous trade-off at Sunday’s Bahrain GP.
In the first round of the race, the French driver drifted with tremendous force straight towards the edge of the track.
The rampart cut Grosjean Haas in half, and it exploded into a huge fireball.
Somehow, however, the Frenchman managed to escape the sea of fire after painful slow seconds.
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The most painful of those seconds were undoubtedly those close to Grosjean.
The 34-year-old driver’s wife, former F1 journalist Marion Jollès Grosjean, tweeted for the first time since a wild accident late Sunday night.
- When we have said those first words to protect children, we have no words for ourselves.
Fortunately, love protects even superheroes, Jollès Grosjean wrote, concluding his message with a heart smiley.
Marion Jollès Grosjean and Romain Grosjean started dating in 2008 and married in 2012. They have three children, sons Sacha and Simon, born in 2013 and 2015, and daughter Camille, born in 2017.
Grosjean survived his shocking accident with relatively minor injuries.
The Frenchman got burns on his hands and ankles, but sent happy video greetings from the hospital as early as Sunday night.
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