Grosjean leaves F1 after brutal accident and will race in Indycar

The 34-year-old Frenchman did not have a steering wheel to continue in the top flight, in which he has played ten seasons at Renault, Lotus and Haas, with ten podium finishes in his history.

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The French-Swiss driver Romain Grosjean will leave Formula 1 next season, after the brutal accident he suffered in the last Bahrain Grand Prix, and will race in the American Indycar, at the controls of a Dale Coyne Racing, he indicated on social networks .

Grosjean, 34, did not have a steering wheel to continue in the top flight, in which he has played ten seasons at Renault, Lotus and Haas, with ten podiums in his history.

This last team had already announced that it would not renew him when on November 29, the French-Swiss suffered a spectacular accident when hitting a wall at 220 km per hour, which caused an explosion that engulfed his car in flames, from which he escaped miraculously in 28 seconds.

Grosjean will participate in Indycar races except in oval circuits, such as the Indianapolis 500, the most prestigious race in that category.



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