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Haas backed out of Grosjean IndyCar sponsorship after Bahrain F1 crash

25 Feb 2021 F1 team owner Gene Haas reveals he pulled planned sponsorship of Romain Grosjean's 2021 IndyCar campaign after the Frenchman's huge Bahrain GP crash. Formula 1 team owner Gene Haas was set to sponsor Romain Grosjean in IndyCar this year, but decided to pull his planned support following Grosjean’s huge Bahrain Grand Prix crash. Grosjean escaped the 137mph fireball accident with burns to his hands and was forced to miss the final two rounds of the 2020 F1 season due to the injuries he sustained in the violent crash in November. Following his departure from F1, the 34-year-old Frenchman has signed a deal to contest all 13 road and street courses on the 2021 IndyCar schedule...
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