Formula 1 | Steiner after talking to Grogan: He’s in...

Haas team manager Gunther Steiner revealed that he spoke with his driver, Roman Grogan, while he was in the hospital after the accident that he suffered in the Bahrain Grand Prix, indicating that his spirits are good.

Grogan had a terrifying accident at the start of the Bahrain race, the 15th round of the 2020 Formula 1 season, as his car caught fire, and it split in two.

However, Grogan got out of his car quickly and only had burns to his hands and feet, and he will stay in the hospital tonight. To assess his condition, but he did not have any fractures.

Steiner revealed that he had spoken with Grogan, and that his spirits were very high, which gave him comfort and reassurance.

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“I just spoke on the phone with him,” Steiner said. “He is in good shape, and his state of mind is good.”

He continued: “He will stay in the hospital tonight, they want to monitor him, but he told me that he feels fine, there are no fractures.”

وأضاف: “Sure, there are bandages on his hands because of the burns, but he doesn’t feel any other problems. ”

ویتع: “He was in very good spirits, frankly, when I spoke to him on the phone. Therefore, I can only be very happy at the moment. ”

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