Victim of a terrible accident during the Bahrain GP of F1 this Sunday, Romain Grosjean wanted to reassure his fans in a message that the Frenchman recorded on his hospital bed and posted on his Instagram account.
Running and his hands bandaged, because of the burns contracted when he was trapped in the flames for 28 seconds, the pilot assured that he was "more or less" well.
Grosjean "continues his convalescence in hospital in Bahrain, where he spent the night," says his American team Haas.
“The treatment of his burns on the back of his hands is going well.
(He) was visited by Guenther Steiner, the Haas team principal on Monday and is scheduled to be released from the hospital on Tuesday.
His F1, which left the track due to a collision just after the start of the race, was cut in half and caught fire after hitting the safety barriers at 220 km / h at the exit of turn 3 .
"I was not in favor of the halo (a hoop whose role is to protect the heads of pilots which encountered a lot of criticism in its beginnings, note) a few years ago but I would not be here to talk to you today ' hui without that ”, continues Grosjean, who also thanks“ all the medical staff of the Sakhir circuit and the hospital ”in which he was admitted in Bahrain.