On November 29, 2020, the F1 driver suffered a terrible accident. He was seriously burned on the hands. Almost a year later, he is about to undergo a new transplant.
Romain Grosjean escaped death on November 29, 2020 while competing in the Bahrain Grand Prix. After suffering a spectacular crash, his car caught fire and the athlete miraculously escaped. Almost a year later, he released his book, co-written with his partner Marion Jollès. “La mort en face” tells about his career, but also his terrible accident and the life after.
Romain Grosjean spoke to Ouest France on October 29. He notably addressed the next transplant which awaits him on Tuesday, November 2. He explained, “I have a graft on my left index finger and a little bit of surgical work to try to make the scars less blocking at certain points. Since it’s a total skin graft, there is a risk that she does not take “.
The pilot will then have to follow the recommendations of his surgeon and rest as much as possible: “You have to plan a month without running, without travel and ten days of daily check-up at the hospital for dressings”.
Romain Grosjean returned to the result of his accident for Ouest France. He gave more details on the condition of his hands, which were very badly burned by the flames. He explained, “It was 6:30 am and they did a debridement, they take off the blistered skin and at that point the vision and the thought is quite violent. When you are asked to move your hand, your fingers, while there is hardly any skin on it, it’s pretty hardcore “.
After this terrible ordeal, Romain Grosjean decided to stop Formula 1 and get into IndyCar. He made a very good debut this year at the Indianapolis Automobile Grand Prix.
Finally he keeps us informed, the lesson of drucker well taken. (Hospitals and a book).
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