Wednesday, October 8, 2014

More on Bianchi...



By now, Y'all know about the gruesome accident promising French F1 driver Jules Bianchi endured behind the wheel of his Marussia at the end of the Japanese Grand Prix. And perhaps have heard how the cruel fate 'O motor racing has affected his family previously...

Bianchi's crash latest tragedy indriver's family


As I must say I'm hoping for positive results obviously, yet totally understand the family and team's position upon their need for privacy in regards to Jules prognosis after releasing the following statement...


While some are rightly calling into question the usage of mobile cranes during a Grand Prix, which at the very least, it seems  to me that Suzuka should have already known about this very corner, and have had 20yrs to erect a permanent crane there instead!

Jules Bianchi crash sends F1 into another period of self-examination


And I'm NOT a Doctor, nor a Journalist, or even remotely try pretending so, but the following from ex-FIA Medical Delegate Gary Heartstein gives us a somewhat "clinical view," while the latest statement on Bianchi being in Serious but Stable condition sounds promising...

Out of surgery? (speculation)


While lastly, I suppose it's worth taking Grizzled Journo' Joe Saward's point 'O view into consideration, since after all, he was at Suzuka and should know the actual mood inside the F1 Paddock, or at the very least, the media center...

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