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Born: 3 August 1989
Died: 17 July 2015

A former Formula 1 race car driver and grand-nephew of Lucien Bianchi. Jules Bianchi died from injuries sustained during the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix. He sustained a head injury and remained comatose from the time of the injury until his passing approximately nine months later.


The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Jules Bianchi page on 11 September 2016, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Jules Lucien André Bianchi was a French motor racing driver who drove for the Marussia F1 Team in the FIA Formula One World Championship.

Bianchi had previously raced in Formula Renault 3.5, GP2 and Formula Three and was a Ferrari Driver Academy member. He entered Formula One as a practice driver in 2012 for Sahara Force India. In 2013, he made his debut driving for Marussia, finishing 15th in his opening race in Australia and ended the season in 19th position without scoring any points. His best result that year was 13th at the Malaysian Grand Prix. In October 2013, the team confirmed that he would drive for the team the following season. In the 2014 season, he scored both his and the Marussia's first points in Formula One at the Monaco Grand Prix.

On 5 October 2014, during the Japanese Grand Prix, Bianchi lost control of his Marussia in very wet conditions and collided with a recovery vehicle, suffering a diffuse axonal injury. He underwent emergency surgery and was placed into an induced coma, and remained comatose until his death on 17 July 2015. Bianchi is the first Formula One driver killed as a result of an accident during a race event since Ayrton Senna at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix.

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5 October 2014France's Bianchi Seriously Injured in Japan F1 RaceVOA News
18 July 2015Tras nueve meses en coma muere el piloto Jules Bianchi Wikinoticias
19 July 2015Formula One driver Jules Bianchi dies aged 25Wikinews

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