The F1 Exhibition to be held in Madrid next month will for the first time put the remains of Romain Grosjean’s burned Haas car on display.

The fiery incident had rocked the whole motor racing fraternity back in 2020 as Grosjean managed to get himself out of the cockpit alive despite every chance of losing his life then. He suffered burns but the big thing was that he came out alive from it.

Since then Grosjean has had a good IndyCar run so far and has continued racing competitively outside F1. The sport has undergone safety improvements as a result of the crash. And for the first time, they are to showcase the remains of the Haas VF-20.

Having announced F1 Exhibition as an added event on the calendar for fans to visit and be closer to the sport with various interactive sessions lined-up in the show, the team has reveled an added memento for fans visiting the event on March 24 of 2023.

For the first time, F1 will put the remains of the VF-20 on display for the fans to be up close to see the burned down chassis. The first event will be held in Madrid in Spain where fans will be able to live the past, present and future of the sport.

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