Roman Grosjean: "Coming out of the flames is something that will mark my life forever"

The Frenchman gave his first interview after his spectacular accident at the Bahrain GP.

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Still convalescing after the burns he suffered on his hands and feet after starring in a spectacular accident in the Bahrain Grand Prix de F1 in which his Haas broke in two and was engulfed in flames, the French Romain Grosjean gave an interview to TF1 from his country where he provided details of what happened. Next, the most salient phrases ...

Grosjean- "I don't know if the word miracle exists or if it can be used, but in any case I would say that it was not my time (to die)."

- “It seemed much more than 28 seconds. I see my visor turn orange, I see the flames on the left side of the car. I thought of many things, including Niki Lauda, ​​and I thought it was not possible to end like this. Not now, I couldn't end my story in Formula 1 like this ”.

- “It was almost like being born again. Coming out of the flames that day is something that will mark my life forever ”.

Romain groasjean- “For my children I told myself that I had to leave. I put my hands in the fire, so I clearly felt the chassis burn. "

- "I went out, and then I felt someone pulling my diver, so I knew I was out."

- "I think we will have to do some psychological work because I really saw death coming."

Romain groasjean- “Even in Hollywood they can't make images like that. It is the biggest accident I have ever seen in my life. The car caught fire, exploded and the battery also caught fire, so it added a lot of energy to the impact ”.

- “On the one hand there is the feeling of being happy to be alive, of seeing things differently, but there is also the need to go back to the car, if possible in Abu Dhabi, to finish my story with Formula 1 from one different way ”.

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