Romain Grosjean has left hospital after being treated for burns following his terrifying accident at the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday.
Grosjean was discharged Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. local time after spending three nights at Bahrain Defense Force Hospital for second-degree burns to the back of his hands.
He will continue to receive private treatment for the injuries and will stay in Bahrain for the time being.
The accident suspended the Bahrain Grand Prix for an hour and saw Grosjean’s car explode in a fireball while making contact with the barriers.
Grosjean was in the burning wreckage for 28 seconds before, with the help of Dr. Ian Roberts of the FIA jumped away from the scene of the accident.
Remarkably, he survived the 53G impact with nothing worse than the burns to his hand and hopes to return to racing at the Abu Dhabi season finale on December 13, which will likely be his last race in F1.
On Tuesday, Grosjean said he “saw death coming” when the accident occurred.