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'For my kids I cannot die': Romaine Grosjean talks about Bahrain crash

Romain Grosjean spoke publicly for the first time since he was discharged from hospital on Tuesday having escaped from a life-threatening accident at the Bahrain Grand Prix. 
The Haas driver sustained only burns to his hands after the car burst into flames and speared through the barriers, leaving Grosjean in the car amid the flames for almost 20 seconds before he climbed to safety.
Grosjean will be replaced at the Sakhir Grand Prix in Bahrain this weekend by Haas’s test and reserve driver Pietro Fittipaldi.

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    Spelt Romain wrong in the title

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    Very happy 😍💋 💝💖♥️❤️

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