Grosjean flew into the bump stop at a speed of 221 km / h, the overload was 53G. Video

According to Motorsport-Total, the pilot of the Haas team, Romain Grosjean, during his terrible accident at the Bahrain Grand Prix, flew into the bump stop at a speed of 221 km / h, having experienced an incredible 53G overload during the impact.

Grosjean, after contact with the Russian Daniil Kvyat from Alfa Tauri, crashed into the bump stop at high speed, after which the rear part of the car fell off, and the front part, with the pilot, broke through the fence rail, got stuck in it and caught fire.

After the accident, Grosjean was taken to the hospital, where he was diagnosed with burns on the back of both hands in the wrist area. According to the latest information, the French pilot can be discharged tomorrow, December 1.

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