Romain Grosjean: I’m ‘sort of ok’ after horrific Bahrain Grand Prix crash says Haas F1 driver

Romain Grosjean’s escape from a 140mph fireball inferno during the Bahrain Grand Prix was hailed a ‘miracle’ on Sunday as the Frenchman said Formula One’s halo head-protection device had saved his life.

The 34-year-old Haas driver was involved in one of the most dramatic accidents in the sport’s recent years on Sunday when his car pierced a steel barrier, split in two and burst into flames on the opening lap.

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