Lewis Hamilton won his 11th victory this season in the Bahrain Grand Prix, which witnessed a violent accident involving Haas' driver, Roman Grogan.
Grogan was taken to hospital with burns on both hands, after his car broke through barriers on the first lap.
And Haas's burning car got stuck in the checkpoint, with nearly 30 seconds lagging by, before Grogan climbed over the barricade, as medical personnel rushed to help.
Hamilton was in control the whole time, beating Max Verstappen, the driver of Red Bull.
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The French-Swiss caused the accident after he veered significantly from the track between the third and fourth turns, and collided with Daniel Kvyat, the driver of Alfa Toure.
This prompted him to veer towards the barriers, which he bumped into at an angle that would not normally create such a dramatic effect.
But the car was moving between the fender layers, and the deflection force divided it into two, the engine and transmission stationed far from place.
A break in the hull exposed the fuel tank, and the vehicle, which was lodged in the bulkhead, caught fire.
Grogan fell into Hell for several seconds before he could extricate himself, and was helped by FIA doctor Ian Stewart, who was in the medical vehicle that was rushing to the scene.
Grogan first sat in the medical van before being assisted in an ambulance, then airlifted him to the hospital, where it was confirmed that he would stay overnight.
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