"It is quite shocking to see the remnants" | Ted Kravitz reports from the site of Grosjean's crash

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    Ted Kravitz reports from the scene of Romain Grosjean's at the Bahrain Grand Prix, taking a look at how Grosjean's car impacted on the barriers and explaining the next steps for the investigation into the crash.
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    1. Jasonz W

      Woww

    2. Brad Watts

      Is that a forced retirement from F1 to make it go away faster , if I was the team boss I'd want grosjean back for at least one GP to settle his demons and move on , same if I was the driver , unfinished business , it was a freak accident really and the chances of it happening again are almost zero

    3. Lucci Chira

      I guess these guardrails are not made to stop a shark nose F1 car, they need to change them asap

    4. fouoii gyhh

      Great Video...cheers bud!!!?

    5. niduoe stre

      Driver of the day belongs to Medical car driver

    6. Damian

      Too bad the remains of that loose nut behind the wheel wasn't still there either. So stupid how this sport still have very weak spots in the Safety sector on All Circuits.

    7. bodoti qwiu

      Romain had an Angel looking over him, maybe more.

      1. fouoii gyhh

        The real story here is when did Ted Kravitz set fire to his house?

    8. Phantom

      Is the "Halo" Titanium or Tungsten ?

      1. niduoe stre

        Let's appreciate this reporter for his style of reporting. No fancy BS, to the point talk.

    9. ursuss100

      The way Grosjean's Haas went through the armco reminded me of Allan McNish's equally massive Suzuka shunt at the exit of 130R (one of the fastest corners in F1) -luckily the Toyota didn't catch fire, and McNish didn't hit the barrier, he survived with minor injuries as well but never raced in F1 again. He too was a very lucky fu*ker that day... :(

    10. Tony Good

      Take that mask off you clown!.... Well at least I know the people to avoid talking to now.

    11. misuyy fong

      2:45 "for the tastefulness sake i wont go closer to the barrier" slightly contradictory as at the beginning of the vid you are standing next to it

    12. annag cocl

      The real story here is when did Ted Kravitz set fire to his house?

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    13. JOHNE APLESEED

      So it smells like bacon?

      1. misuyy fong

        I think the medical car needs a dedicated firefighter in the backseat.

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      1. annag cocl

        have been the end of his life. At least the metal barrier 'gave' to an extent.

    15. Minnesota Q

      Everyone keeps saying how shocking this is. Why the hell is this steel guard rail here anyways? Ever heard of safer barriers? Did Titanium vs steel ever enter anyone's mind? F1 and particularly this race track dropped the ball on this deal, and while stuff happens in racing, the praise of this Halo is inconsequential if the steel rail isn't there to begin with.

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    16. Nanorisk

      The whole tub wedged through the barrier, that's actually good comparing to stucking.

      1. drttyu liqm

        It could have been a lot worse, so fortunate that he survived

      1. misuyy fong

        without the halo, the barrier would take his head off?

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    18. Tony McEwan

      Since the great late Senna died the sport has got safer hence the Halo. Romain didnt want the Halo now his blessed by it. Well done F1 all track safety staff and 1 brave Doctor. Well done u

    19. Josh Manalo

      Scary stuff! If he was knocked out, only another driver would have been equipped to get him out. The safety car crew need full face helmets.

    20. Martin Fisher

      The real story here is when did Ted Kravitz set fire to his house?

    21. Regdu Geht

      Let's appreciate this reporter for his style of reporting. No fancy BS, to the point talk.

    22. Matt Shah

      It's not luck, its the technology the car have

    23. Hercules Puga

      😷🗣️olha👀 o hercules Puga aqui de novo, Tmj

    24. jerome martin

      On vas pas se mentir ... tout le paddock est content de ne plus l'avoir dans les pattes. Romain est bon quand il n'y a personne en piste, mais dangereux pour lui et pour les autres dés qu'il y a d'autres voitures. Fin de l'aparté pour lui en F1. Sauvé par le Halo pour lequel il était contre .... ironie fin de l'histoire ... clap de fin et vivant ....

      1. Regdu Geht

        How someone survives that is a testament to science. Amazing!

    25. kevin n

      Grosjean was saved by the halo. I think that is clear. But this accident highlighted the biggest problem with the barrier. The design of the barrier is archaic. No car should go through the barrier. And the angle it was situated in relation to the track is just wrong. A car should never be able to hit a barrier that close at what was basically 90 degree or head on. Who the hell thought that was ok?? We have barrier along our highways that are angled at maybe 15 degree and the secondary barrier which the vehicle can't hit has a much more severe angle. What are these people thinking? As for the safety car and the marshalls? What an incredible job!! They are all heroes!! They were in there without hesitation.

    26. hotlavaaaa

      I think the medical car needs a dedicated firefighter in the backseat.

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    28. Steve B

      without the halo, the barrier would take his head off?

    29. Susan sinclair

      Is it just me? I cannot believe Ted's question as to whether Grosjean's crash would have been better or worse than hitting a solid concrete block. Surely hitting that block would have been the end of his life. At least the metal barrier 'gave' to an extent.

      1. drttyu liqm

        extracting the driver and coordinating with paramedics..!!!

    30. cnmmd qiuoo

      It could have been a lot worse, so fortunate that he survived

      1. drttyu liqm

        I presume we need to have a merc amg fast 5 seater medical car.. 3 people sitting at the back with fire hydrants ready and 2 people to extract the driver from the car...!!! With fu

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    32. yuitr loing

      Romain had an Angel looking over him, maybe more.

    33. accomify

      Sounds like Ted has suffered a house fire, from the way he knows how to describe it. Hope he/family were OK, also an awful thing to happen, not only worrying for your life but losing potentially your entire life's possessions.

      1. cnmmd qiuoo

        play the clip again and again, its obvious Romain tried to ram Daniil and hit the barrier instead

    34. Channel VR

      Concrete would have killed him for sure.....why dont they use straps like they use to stop fighter planes on aircraft carriers ??

      1. Channel VR

        btw if this would have happend in round 2 the medic car would not have been there so quickly = Grosjean RIP

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      1. yuitr loing

        I literally shouted YES!!! when i saw him sitting in the medical car!

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    38. Rick Bates

      For tastefulness sake I don't want to go near the armco ... you were just standing there for 10 minutes !!!

    39. drttyu liqm

      How someone survives that is a testament to science. Amazing!

    40. Khaled Mohamed

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    41. John McGrady

      Nobody, to my knowledge, in the media has yet mentioned something glaringly obvious; after the crash the barrier, that had deformed and arguably took some of the energy out of that crash, was replaced with a set of large concrete blocks, linked together, and with a small mound of Earth piled up behind them to further keep them in place. All in the same place as the barrier, where it had just been demonstrated that it was possible to have a 100+ mph head-on accident, with little or no chance to brake. Then the race was re-started and the bulk of a race distance run with that concrete barrier sat there. Was that an even more unsafe situation than what Grosjean crashed into? Will it be there this coming weekend for the Sakhir GP? While the blocks may move if hit, will they do the same job as the Armco in dissipating crash forces? Was linking them together and piling Earth up behind them (so reducing any “give”) a good idea? Given the Armco set-up where Grosjean crashed, at an angle relative to the straight to allow for the access road behind, was arguably in the wrong place/ wrong barrier for this situation, have those concrete blocks just made things far worse? It’s probably statistically very unlikely another car will go off in exactly the same place as Grosjean, but his crash proves it definitely isn’t impossible.

      1. drttyu liqm

        it was shoking

    42. Nina malkova

      g.asia/hotgirlteen1 I loro stati di salute respettivi prevenirli

    43. LTF1 Official

      Thank God for the halo! Hopefully they move towards having the safer water/tyre barriers everywhere

    44. Leroy Creemers

      looks like they gonna give that metal a proper funeral right f there ,>

    45. Sandesh TG

      I presume we need to have a merc amg fast 5 seater medical car.. 3 people sitting at the back with fire hydrants ready and 2 people to extract the driver from the car...!!! With full fire suit...!! Also the boot of the car filled with fire hydrants...!!! So as soon as there is fire the three firefighters will doze the fire along with ground Marshalls. And remaining 2 extracting the driver and coordinating with paramedics..!!!

    46. Quarter past Hungry

      It’s absolutely amazing that he has suffered as few injuries as he did. Rewind this 4-5 years back and he’s dead in that split second. I can not believe that nobody thought of a possibility of a car crashing into those ‘barriers’, those were as bad a choice as it gets, in that turn that kind of wall is so dangerous and reckless, you’d think a mix of impact tires and concrete and rubber mix wall would be so much more effective in absorbing the impact of crash and minimize the risks of injury to the driver. One thing for sure. In this race, HALO saved 2 drivers lives.

    47. Amy Davis

      Thank God (and the Developer) for the Halo device, but now I wonder why the guardrail didn't hold.

    48. micheal bolton

      play the clip again and again, its obvious Romain tried to ram Daniil and hit the barrier instead

    49. James Smith

      Roman candle 😱 not thank God ! 😁

    50. LeoHatakePlays

      I literally shouted YES!!! when i saw him sitting in the medical car!

    51. Nathan Kay

      So they replaced it with a concrete barrier which is harder so if a car hit it thethes nothing left

    52. MJY5 THE RACING GAMER

      That Halo is a live saver, no wonder they gave it that name

    53. Phil Hill

      Why does everyone have to wear a mask if it doesn’t stop lewis getting corona crap?

    54. Cell Phone

      Creating the shape in a design concept of Halo, I am quite happy it did it's job quite well

    55. Emi Hirst

      Understatement of the Decade, Ted!

    56. Jodie Fernandes

      i was so amazed

    57. Jodie Fernandes

      it was shoking

    58. Lama Administrator

      Boring...

    59. TheHypnotstCollector

      6 deaths in 30 years. Pretty safe racing. No halos in MotoGP and SX. F1 will soon introduce a full bonnet for that halo and then a full skirt. Then Tide and kotex will sponsor F1

    60. the fencepost

      The Medical Car driver and the Doctor NEVER JUMPED OVER THE ARMCO. Replays clearly show they stayed on the track side of the barrier and help Romain as he climbed over the barrier to the track side. Ted, I know it was an emotional moment to stand at that spot but don't distort the facts and add things that are Not True.

    61. Scott Lawson

      no sand or gravel with very little run off, skid marks all the way head first into a barrier. add the fireball, and Grosjean is one lucky man with an angel on his shoulder

    62. Bart OKT-Racing

      Grosjean saved himself , that helping hand when he was out the car didn't do anything..

    63. LednacekZ

      the barrier splitting could have dissipated enough energy for the impact not being hard enough. 53G is enough as it is. If it where a concrete barrier it could have been much higher. Even a few seconds more in that fire could have horrific results, his visor was melted in that time already.

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    66. TheStogie0102

      Well said

    67. Marc Siosal

      Why are there the 2 slits in the metal barrier anyway? Why not just 1 solid metal armco?

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    69. Andrew Powell

      Lucky guy, glad he's okay! However, can we get some perspective on the aftermath....."for the sake of tastefulness I dont want to go any closer" [Ted in relation to filming the barrier]. Its a burnt barrier Ted........get a grip, Romain is fine! I think your audience can handle seeing a damaged barrier.

    70. Chris T

      No doubt the halo saved Romain...but these barriers must be looked at on all circuits & yet nothing has been said why he went off at such an angle into that barrier & what caused it. maybe on some circuits tyre barriers or some catch netting should be used to slow these missiles down.

    71. Fhat Videos

      As a Ryan Newman fan, after his crash this year I had a feeling I never wanted to feel again. Only casually watching F1, seeing this crash brought that feeling right back. It's both a testament to safety that both drivers are not only alive, but aren't paralyzed/life alteringly injured, but can also be an opportunity to further make all auto racing safer. Very happy to see Grosjean escape this one

    72. LyricalWax

      It's crazy to think they raced without a halo as recently as 3 years ago, which surely would have led to a fatality here.

    73. thoms jordan

      CAN I ASK WHAT IS HALO?

      1. Ian McLean

        @thoms jordan You are welcome

      2. thoms jordan

        @Ian McLean I dont watch F1 i was a little confused to what it meant i thought it was his helmet but their you go im a novice at this sport,Thanks Ian 👍

      3. Ian McLean

        The ring around the front of the car that protects the driver from impacts

    74. Ian McLean

      Metal and concrete have no bussiness being crash barriers.

    75. David Cairns

      "For tastefulness sake" ... having spent 3 mins rubber necking already. Total BS reporting

    76. Upside down

      So glad all the bitching about the halo was wrong, i admit i was one of the people who moaned but this incident shows that it is a genuine life saver, so i take back all the "the halo is stupid" comments by myself and others

    77. bailey brough

      Is grosjean carear over

    78. Cristian O. Balan

      Why do you need a facemask in an open space like that?

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    80. Nix'Nut New Retro Wave

      I was against the halo but it already saved multiple lives

    81. Jim

      These barriers are used on motorways, with a top speed of 70mph, and they have been in use for decades. How does that make them suitable for Formula 1 tracks?

      1. Teribus13

        Truthfully, I don't think they're suitable for ANY tracks. Barriers like these are designed to deflect a vehicle which is travelling roughly parallel with them. As this crash shows, they can't absorb a vehicle travelling towards them on a more perpendicular trajectory. On most tracks, that could be a very likely outcome. IMO, better to have energy absorbing barriers trackside, than deflecting barriers.

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    83. racerdad

      As much as I miss the “old”open cockpits, the halo no doubt saved Grosean’s life! He even poped out of the flames and jumped the barrier. This same crash a few years ago would have been too graphic to show on tv!

      1. Syed I. Ahmed

        The cockpits are still open, at least partially. Only the driver won’t strike debris/barriers with their heads and that’s a sight no one wants to see even if you’re a fan of car crashes.

    84. Jacob Evenson

      First time I have watched an F1 race live in quite a while just to see this happen...

    85. Justin Holden

      Time to purchase some Safer Barriers

    86. MIKE LYONS

      ANOTHER COMPLETELY AVOIDABLE ACCIDENT. AN AIR FENCE WOULD HAVE AVOIDED THIS HORRIFIC DISASTER. GET WELL SOON ROMAIN.

    87. Rich Wiki

      From a pure physics perspective, it's probably better that it was a steel barrier that gave-way under the force of the collision then a concert barrier that would not have. The deceleration forces on Grosjean would have been greater with a barrier that did not move or give, which could have lead to more blunt-force injuries or even being rendered unconscious from the impact.

      1. Ian McLean

        It was the steel barrier splitting and trapping the front of the car that caused the rear of the car to be severed from the front of the car - which ended in the fuel being ignited. I think the take away is neither steel nor concrete are appropriate barriers.

    88. A G

      Glad he is alive. But what caused him to crash in the first place .... ? 🤔

    89. sillieww

      Now the HALO haters can pipe down.

    90. madrx2

      Really milking this accident ...

    91. stellingbanjodude

      Looks like they could use some NASCAR soft wall technology

    92. breeon dixon

      record useful second fttby constant surprisingly counter white grace send elbow.

    93. Jeffry Syam

      If this happened 30 years ago, it's a certainty for fatality. 😥

    94. Johan Visser

      I had to make a conscious decision to get my heart beating again after that accident! Thank God he is OK!

    95. Ernest

      he had one shot to unbuckle practice payed off i know he had no time to think JUST REACT AND HE DID GREAT JOB GREAT JOB

    96. Ernest

      IM a car guy THANK GOD HE IS OK he can hug his wife and kids again

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    98. deep deep

      Gross jean is such a bad driver... I'm surprised this type of accident didn't happen sooner to him. His lack of judgment to stay on the gas instead of letting up is horrible.