The F1 driver Jules Bianchi died after nine months in a coma


The pilot of Marussia Jules Bianchi, died on this day as a result of injuries caused after the accident occurred during the last Japanese Grand Prix last year.


Jules-Bianchi M as 20 years have passed since the last time a Formula 1 driver died as a result of an accident during a race. It was in 1994 when the world mourned the multiple champion Ayrton Senna , following an accident occurred while disputing the Grand Prix of San Marino of 1994 and just a day after the Austrian Roland Ratzenberger died after an accident during the qualifying.

Jules fought until the end, but the injuries were too severe.

driver Marussia Jules Bianchi, died on this day as a result of injuries after the accident produced during the last Japanese Grand Prix , after hitting against a Crane after he went off the track while heavy rain fell. The impact against another vehicle head injuries occurred Jules he remained in a coma since then and finally never recovered.

After analyzing the accident Bianchi, can install in the cars was discussed some kind of cockpit closed or at least an arc of front safety but investigations FIA determined that enclosed cabs would not be the solution, because they felt that the responsibility for the accident was the pilot, indicating that Bianchi was going too fast despite the yellow flags. [1.99901 million]

The pilot’s family said in a statement that Jules died at the age of 25 at the University Hospital of Nice, ‘fight until the last moment. ” Anywhere you are Jules, rest in peace. [1.99901 million]




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