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“I am sort of OK”: Formula 1 star Romain Grosjean breaks silence from hospital bed after his car explodes in fireball horror crash
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“I am sort of OK”: Formula 1 star Romain Grosjean breaks silence from hospital bed after his car explodes in fireball horror crash

  Romain Grosjean has sent a reassuring message to fans saying he is "sort of OK" after he was involved in a terrifying crash during Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix. The Frenchman also heaped praise on Formula 1's halo crash-protection system, without which he believes he "wouldn't be able to speak with you today". Grosjean miraculously emerged from his burning Haas after it smashed into the safety barriers at high speed in the first lap. The 34-year-old was helped back to the paddock before he was taken to hospital with "light burns on his hands and ankles", according to team principal Gunther Steiner. It was also reported Grosjean had suffered suspected broken ribs, but the driver was able to post an update on social media from the hospital on Sunday evening. "Hello ev...
Mclaren ₦792m Prototype Hypercar Burst Into Cloud Of Smoke At UK Petrol Station
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Mclaren ₦792m Prototype Hypercar Burst Into Cloud Of Smoke At UK Petrol Station

These pictures shows the moment that McLaren £1.75m prototype supercar, the Speedtail, burst into clouds of smoke at a BP petrol station . British supercar maker McLaren suspects the incident happened as a result of an electrical fault but is investigating further. McLaren said: "A prototype version of the McLaren Speedtail experienced what we believe at this stage to be an electrical fault, whilst stationary at a fuel station near Guildford in Surrey, UK. "As a precautionary measure, having seen a small amount of smoke emanating from the vehicle, McLaren employees moved the car away from the fuel pumps and discharged dry powder extinguishers over the rear of the car." The supercar maker added that the Hybrid hypercar was sent back to McLaren and nobody was injured in th...
Motor Racing World Reacts to Nico Rosberg’s Retirement From F1
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Motor Racing World Reacts to Nico Rosberg’s Retirement From F1

German racing driver Nico Rosberg “broke the Internet” Friday morning by announcing his decision to retire from F1 just five days after winning the World Championship. Multiple motor racing personalities from across the globe were quick to take to Twitter after the shock decision, and congratulate Rosberg on his career in Formula One.

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