French driver Jules Bianchi Marussia has been evacuated Suzuka Circuit during the Japanese Grand Prix after a serious accident when there were only seven laps to go. According to the first statement from the FIA driver remains “unconscious” and has been taken to hospital by ambulance, because the weather prevented the helicopter took off. Later, the FIA has specified that if the pilot was not moved by helicopter due to the state of Bianchi.
Was seven laps when the accident occurred. The rain had turned to intensify hard on the Suzuka circuit when Biachi went off the track. Early reports suggest that the Frenchman may have crashed into a crane that was removing Sutil’s car, which had left the track moments before.
The FIA has released the red flag has been terminated and the race amidst turmoil in the absence of information. Minutes later the pilot was taken to hospital by ambulance.
In the first FIA statement his spokesman reported that the pilot was evacuated unconscious. “The pilot has not consciousness.’s Gone to hospital with an ambulance because the helicopter can not fly in this weather,” he said.
Adrian Sutil, who may be desolate in the photo below, has stated that “the situation is critical Bianchi. He is in good hands. I’ve been with him and not want to talk about details. “The German driver witnessed the accident pilot Marussia.
Alonso sent a message of support (“Forza Jules. C’mon, friend”) through a popular social network. And, like most of the members of the paddock, he quickly moved to the hospital where he joined the French.