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Jules Bianchi Dies at 25 from Injuries Suffered at 2014 Japanese Grand Prix

Formula One driver Jules Bianchi died following head injuries sustained during the Japanese Grand Prix on Oct. 5, 2014. His family confirmed the death on the "Jules Bianchi Fan Club" Facebook page: At the grand prix in Suzuka, the Marussia star crashed into a recovery vehicle, which was attending the scene where Adrian Sutil had spun during the previous lap. The tractor was removing Sutil's car from the track as Bianchi lost control in slick conditions. The 25-year-old underwent emergency surgery after suffering severe head trauma and spent time in intensive care. Earlier in July, Bianchi's father, Philippe, told France Info (h/t Sky Sports) that he was "less optimistic" about the prospect of a recovery, admitting there had...

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