Bianchi of Marussia-Ferrari was taken to a hospital after a serious crash in
Sunday's 2014 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka on October 5, 2014.
According to reports based on Formula1.com, Bianchi is understood to have
collided with a recovery vehicle at Turn 7 which was removing the damaged
Sauber car of Adrian Sutil, who was unhurt after an earlier accident.
Frenchman was quickly taken to hospital by ambulance, according to the new. The
rain-affected race saw Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes AMG Petronas being declared
the winner. The Round 15 of the season was held at the legendary 5.807km Suzuka
circuit in Japan and did not see the completion of the 53 laps.
highly unusual conditions, Hamilton won in Japan after 44 laps. Second to come
in was his teammate Nico Rosberg, while Sebastian Vettel of Infiniti Red Bull
Racing came in third. With this win, Lewis has extended his championship lead to
as the race was to begin, Typhoon Phanfone was threatening to wash out the
race. It began raining heavily as the race was to begin and the race started
behind the safety car, with all drivers on wet tyres.
Marussia F1 Team is currently managed by Manor Motorsport, a subsidiary of
Marussia Motors based in Moscow. It is an Anglo-Russian Formula One racing team
based in Banbury in the United Kingdom. The team competed as
"Marussia" starting from the 2012 Formula One season, following the
purchase of a controlling stake in the team by Russian sports car manufacturer
Marussia Motors in late 2010.
Picture of Jules Bianchi of
Marussia-Ferrari, picture courtesy Marussia
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