(Motorsport-Total.com) – Formula 1 needed all the guardian angels of this world in Bahrain today. Lewis Hamilton’s victory in Sachir is a minor matter after Romain Grosjean’s terrible accident. The Haas driver crashed into the guardrail at full throttle on the Originate up and his car went up in flames.

Romain Grosjean

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The French could dem Almost unharmed emerged from the wreck that was beaten through the guardrail and broken in two (!) According to initial information, Grosjean is said to have broken two toes and suffered second-degree burns – a miracle in view of the accident.

The race had to go for more than 80 minutes are interrupted, but experiences the next moment of shock when re-originating up, when Lance Stroll collided with Daniil Kwjat (AlphaTauri) at turn 8 and overturned. The racing-level driver was also able to get out of his car.

The sporting aspect became secondary in view of the incidents. World champion Lewis Hamilton was able to bring in his next victory and screw up the record to 95. The Brit won ahead of Max Verstappen (Crimson Bull), who was able to move up to second on the Originate up, and Alexander Albon.

The Thai benefited from an engine failure by Sergio Perez three laps before the end. The racing level driver hurry comfortably in third place and could have achieved his second podium in a row until his engine gave up the ghost.

Valtteri Bottas experienced another race to forget. The Finn got a bad originate up and got a puncture while restarting. After an early first pit stop, the Mercedes couldn’t do more than eighth place.

McLaren scored important points in the fight for third place in the championship thanks to the double failure of Racing Level and won with Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz drive to places four and five. Renault also took important points with seventh (Daniel Ricciardo) and ninth (Esteban Ocon). Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri) finished sixth.

Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) inherited one more point from the Perez retirement, Sebastian Vettel was 13.

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