This is how the FIA ​​will investigate the accident of Romain Grosjean at the Bahrain GP

The result of the investigation will be ready in six to eight weeks.

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La International Automobile Federation it will take between six and eight weeks to finish his investigation into the accident that the Frenchman starred in Romain Grosjean in the Bahrain Grand Prix de Formula 1.

In the study that is being carried out, all aspects of the incident will be analyzed, from the chassis and halo of the vehicle designed by the team HaasUntil the safety equipment from Grosjean (diver, helmet, Hans, etc). The guard-rail layout and performance and the performance of the runway assistants and the FIA's own medical team.

Romain groasjean“As with all serious accidents, we will analyze every aspect and collaborate with all parties involved. With so much data available in F.1, we will pinpoint every element of what happened and this work has already begun. We take this research very seriously and will follow a rigorous process to find out exactly what happened before proposing possible improvements. "Said Adam baker, FIA security director.

The FIA ​​noted that your researchers will be able to collect data from the various video sequences, including a high-speed camera that looks at the driver and films at 400 frames per second to reveal in slow motion what happens to him during the accident.

Information provided by the vehicle telemetry and accelerometers which are molded to fit inside the pilot's ear canal to measure the movement of their head in a crash

This is how the FIA ​​will investigate the accident of Romain Grosjean at the Bahrain GP

These data are initially entered in the FIA World Accident Database, where information on incidents in all categories is collected and shared. They will then be made available to the Serious Accident Study Group of the FIA ​​which is chaired by the French Jean Todt, responsible for the body.

Subsequently, the results and possible improvements will be examined in an extraordinary meeting of the Security Commission of the FIA ​​headed by patrick head. The final results are then presented to the World Motor Sport Council. Eventually, the case may also be presented to the Pilots Commission from the FIA ​​for comments and input.

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