Grosjean reveals he may require skin graft on left hand
Romain Grosjean has revealed he may yet require a skin graft on his left hand and has made clear he will not risk losing mobility in his thumb and index finger just for 'a beautiful story' in Abu Dhabi.
On Friday, the French driver spoke to the international media for the first time since the fiery accident that almost claimed his life in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Grosjean has previously made clear it is his desire to finish his F1 career in next weekend's race in Abu Dhabi as he does not want his last race to be remembered for the frightening events that unfolded at the Bahrain International Circuit.
Crucial, however, to a final drive with Haas are the burns on his left hand, which have left him in considerable pain, with doctors not yet ruling out the prospect of a graft.
"I want to jump back in the car because it's been my life, and I would like to cross the finish line properly when I finish my career in Formula 1," said Grosjean. "I don't really want it to be over with that day [in Bahrain].
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