Author Topic: Jules Bianchi (1989-2015)  (Read 886 times)


I have just seen the awful news that Jules Bianchi has passed away from injuries he sustained in his crash at Suzuka last year. It was fantastic seeing him come home in 9th at the 2014 Monaco GP, bringing Marussia's (now Manor) first and only championship points and an absolute shame that such a great rising talent has been tragically lost at such a young age, being only 25 years old.

It's easy to forget just how dangerous it is in Formula 1, despite all the safety precautions, and it shows how anything can happen at any time.

  • jymstr

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    jep, it's a tragedy. he was a very talented driver and likeable person.
    and the accident was like a final destination one, an unfortunate series of events  :-\
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