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27 July 1943 (77)
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about Max Jean

Max Jean (27 July 1943, Marseille) is a French former racing driver who won the Formule France championship in 1968. In addition to numerous Formula Two and Formula Three entries, Jean participated in one Formula One Grand Prix, driving a March for Frank Williams Racing Cars in his home race on 4 July 1971. He scored no championship points.


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1971 Ronnie Peterson
Henri Pescarolo
John Love
Alex Soler-Roig
Skip Barber
François Mazet
Nanni Galli
Mike Beuttler
Niki Lauda
Jean-Pierre Jarier
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Last month Grosjean survived a horrifying crash on the first lap of the Bahrain GP in what turned out to be his final Formula 1 start for Haas.<br>Grosjean miraculously escaped serious injuries but suffered burns to his hands, which prevented him from returning to the cockpit in Abu Dhabi for his F1 farewell.<br>The 34-year-old has continued to receive treatment for his injuries at home in ...

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Both Magnussen and Grosjean are leaving the sport after being replaced by rookies Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin for the 2021 F1 season.<br>Magnussen and Grosjean spent four years as each other's teammates at Haas, eventually building a healthy relationship tested by several on-track incidents.<br>In Abu Dhabi Magnussen paid tribute to his now former colleague, saying Grosjean's "phenomenal" ...

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Grosjean has been forced to miss the final two races of the 2020 season due to injuries sustained to his hands in his fiery accident at the Bahrain Grand Prix two weeks ago.<br>It marked a premature end to Grosjean’s time with Haas, having previously confirmed his exit at the end of the current season, and is likely to have been his final F1 appearance.<br>Grosjean previously said that if he ...

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Grosjean was left with burns to his hands after a terrifying crash on the opening lap of last Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, escaping from a large fire that followed a collision with the barrier at Turn 3 recording more than 50G.<br>Grosjean was ruled out of this weekend’s Sakhir Grand Prix on Monday, but remained hopeful that he could race in Abu Dhabi and make his final appearance for Haas ...

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After the Bahrain GP Ricciardo called the extensive replays of Grosjean’s accident and escape “disgusting”, pointing out how hard it was for drivers to watch while preparing for the restart.<br>F1 offered to talk to him about his concerns, and this week he met with director of marketing and communications, Ellie Norman.<br>“I spoke with Ellie on Thursday evening,” he said. “To be ...

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Grosjean is currently recovering from injuries sustained in the terrifying accident on the opening lap of last Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, where he escaped an impact with the barrier of 137 mph and a fire that engulfed the monocoque.<br>The Haas driver was ruled out of this weekend’s Sakhir Grand Prix due to burns to his hands, but has set his sights on racing in Abu Dhabi next weekend. It ...

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The Frenchman is still recovering from burns and bruising that he suffered in a horrendous crash at last weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix.<br>With his escape from the burning wreckage of his Haas being testament to modern safety standards in Formula 1, he says he feels a ‘duty’ to help drive forward further improvements in the future. And he confesses that having once been sceptical about the ...

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The Frenchman is still targeting a return at the season finale, but it depends on the progress his left hand makes in the coming days, with skin grafts still a possibility.<br>He made it clear that if he can’t race in Abu Dhabi, he would like to have a private outing to in effect get some closure on his F1 career, and get back in a cockpit for the first time since his crash in last weekend's ...

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The Frenchman crashed out of the Bahrain Grand Prix on the opening lap last weekend, with his car plunging through the barriers and splitting in to two before bursting into flames.<br>Grosjean said that he initially did not realise that the car was on fire when he first tried to get out, but then faced difficulties finding a way out of the cockpit as he was briefly trapped.<br>“For me it wasn't ...

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Grosjean was discharged from hospital on Wednesday and is hopeful of recovering from his injuries so he can return to the cockpit for his final F1 race with Haas in Abu Dhabi.<br>The Frenchman, who is wearing bandages on both hands and an orthopedic boot on his left foot, met with medical car driver Alan van der Merwe and medical delegate Dr Ian Roberts, before greeting race director Michael Masi ...

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The Renault driver was deeply unhappy last weekend that screens were filled with repeat showings of Grosjean's fiery accident – just as other drivers were preparing to get back in their cars.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Ricciardo disgusted by "disrespectful" Grosjean replays <br>Vettel questions excessive crash replays: "We're human beings"<br>F1 defends Grosjean TV coverage after Ricciardo ...

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The modifications have been made prior to this weekend's race on the track's outer circuit, which includes the area where Grosjean crashed on the exit of Turn 3.<br>The most significant change is the addition of tyres and a conveyor belt to the barrier that the Frenchman's Haas made contact with, greatly reducing the chances of a repeat of the sort of impact that he suffered.<br>The concrete ...

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The investigation is one of around 30 that the governing body's safety department conducts into incidents in various categories in a typical season.<br>It will look at all aspects, including the Haas chassis and halo, Grosjean's personal safety equipment such as his HANS, helmet and overalls, the performance of the barriers, and the response of the marshals and the FIA's own medical car ...

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However, the modest pair would be the first to admit that they are just the tip of the iceberg on any given grand prix weekend, backed up by the local medics and marshals stationed around the track.<br>Indeed a Bahraini fireman, a guy whose day job is with the country’s civil defence force, was at the heart of the rapid response that helped to ensure that Grosjean was able to walk away with ...

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After being discharged from hospital in Bahrain on Wednesday morning, Grosjean says his focus over the next few days is recovering from the battering he has taken and doing all he can to help heal the burns to his hands.<br>But he says that it is the swelling of his left hand that will ultimately decide if he is fit enough to drive.<br>“If my left hand doesn't work next week and I'm not able to ...

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But one equally crucial aspect of his survival is that Grosjean was able to emerge from around 29 seconds inside a fireball with only very light burns to his hands.<br>His fireproof overalls, underwear, socks, balaclava and gloves all did exactly what they were designed to do in protecting him from the flames.<br>That success is testament to both the FIA, in introducing new tougher safety ...

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Grosjean sustained burns to the back of his hands in a dramatic accident on the opening lap of the race at the Bahrain International Circuit that saw him hit the barrier at 137 mph, recording a force of more than 50g.<br>Grosjean was taken to the Bahrain Defence Force Hospital after escaping the fire and being taken to the medical centre, and was suspected to have broken a rib in the crash.<br>But ...

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Grosjean escaped with light burns from a fiery accident at the Bahrain Grand Prix, after his car plunged into a barrier on the opening lap of the race.<br>As the Haas driver underwent evaluation from doctors in the medical centre, Todt visited him for an update on his condition – and felt it vital for Grosjean's wife back home to know that her husband was safe.<br>"I went to see immediately when ...

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Grosjean crashed out on the opening lap of Sunday's race in Bahrain, hitting the barrier at the exit of Turn 3 at 137 mph, recording a force of more than 50g.<br>The Haas F1 car tore apart on impact and burst into flames, leaving Grosjean to escape from his cockpit that had become embedded in the barrier.<br>The Frenchman escaped quickly, suffering only burns to his hands and avoiding any broken ...

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Grosjean will miss this weekend's Sakhir GP event while burns on his hands heal, and his place will be taken by reserve driver Pietro Fittipaldi.<br>However, he wants to return for the last race of the season, assuming he gets medical clearance to drive.<br>He will also stay an extra night in hospital as his recovery process continues, despite an initial plan to discharge him on Tuesday.<br>"The ...

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The images of Romain Grosjean leaping from his burning Haas VF-20 shocked Formula 1 and the watching world. The pictures, which show the devastation of the incident, made the front pages of national newspapers in the UK.<br>The overwhelming feeling following such an incident is relief. But, at the same time, the championship and the FIA, as its regulator, now need to answer many questions about ...

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After first lap contact with Daniil Kvyat, Haas driver Grosjean struck the barrier at 221km/h at a sharp angle, prising the layers apart and allowing the chassis to pass through while splitting the whole rear of the car off.<br>Masi, who oversaw the metal barrier's replacement with concrete blocks for the race restart, agreed that lessons would be learned.<br>"The amount of energy that was just ...

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That the Frenchman was able to climb out of his disintegrated Haas, which had plunged through the crash barriers and burst into flames, was rightly hailed by many as a miracle.<br>But while there was some good luck involved in the accident – especially with the way Grosjean stayed conscious and his car came to a rest the right way up – hard science and F1 safety protocols did play a huge part ...

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Haas F1 driver Grosjean sustained burns to the backs of his hands in a terrifying crash on the opening lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday, leaving him in need of treatment in hospital.<br>Although Grosjean is set to be released from hospital on Tuesday, Haas has announced that he is unable to race in the Sakhir Grand Prix this weekend.<br>As a result, Haas reserve driver Fittipaldi will get ...

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The Frenchman received burns to the back of his hands but was otherwise uninjured in the 221km/h accident.<br>In a short statement released on Monday, the team noted: "Romain Grosjean is continuing his convalescence at the Bahrain Defence Force (BDF) hospital having remained there overnight following Sunday's incident at the Bahrain GP.<br>"Treatment on the burns Grosjean sustained on the back of ...

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