zondag 5 oktober 2014

F1 2014 GP of Japan

In light of the terrible accident of Marussia driver Jules Bianchi, who spun off the wet track and crashed into the back of the tractor crane hauling up Adrain Sutil`s Sauber, it is needless to say every other ounce about the GP is not relevant.

I watched, I took notes, had my driver and team of the race opinions ready when it started to seep in just how serious it was.  

The race understandably was red flagged and then stopped to allow the medical teams and ambulance full working areas, as Bianchi was unconscious in the car.

CT scan revealed a severe head trauma, and at the moment he is undergoing surgery.  Let`s all pray that it comes okay with Jules.

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