Commissioner wants Hamilton to crash like Romain Grosjean

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Individual, unknown, assumed the expectation of seeing the British pilot suffer an accident similar to that of Romain Grosjean, in 2020, in Bahrain, when he was caught in the flames.

A track marshal, assigned to the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, has been sacked by the International Automobile Federation (FIA) for allegedly, via social media, wanting Lewis Hamilton to have an accident during the race in Jeddah.

The element, of unknown identity, and whose publication was deleted shortly after, assumed the expectation of seeing the Mercedes driver, this weekend, be the victim of an accident similar to that suffered by Romain Grosjean in 2020, during the Bahrain GP.

The French pilot (ex-Lotus) was the victim of a violent accident on the Arab circuit and was, for several seconds, trapped inside the minivan on fire, risking his life, not having escaped unscathed after suffering burns to one hand.

The dismissed FIA commissioner, and offensive to Hamilton, later apologized for the posting and revealed he had terminated his F1 duties.

“I apologize to SAMF [Federação de Automobilismo da Arábia Saudita] and to Lewis [Hamilton]but I also announce my resignation from my duties on the track”, wrote the individual, in Arabic, on the social network Twitter.

The Saudi Arabian GP is surrounded by controversy. The race almost did not take place following an explosion in a refinery near the circuit. The incident even prompted a long meeting of the pilots of the “Grand Cirque”.

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