ROMAIN GROSJEAN revealed the burn wounds on his right hand as he continues to recover from a horror Formula One crash.
The Frenchman's car slammed into a wall at 140mph during the Bahrain Grand Prix last month and exploded into flame.
Less than two weeks after hauling himself out of the burning wreckage, the Haas driver has been able to remove the dressing from his right hand.
Posting a picture of his scars onto Instagram, Grosjean wrote of how 'it feels so good' to see himself on the mend.
He wrote: "50% back.
"Bloody hell, makes me super happy to have my right hand free from dressings.
"Loads of creaming all day long but it feels so good to see it in such good shape.
"Waiting for my left hand to recover now."
The picture shows a deep burn on the knuckle of his index finger with the skin singed down his hand, and another considerable wound on his middle knuckle.
Grosjean's left hand remains wrapped up following the accident.
The 34-year-old was left with only the burns and an injured foot after the terrifying crash – and is expected to make a full recovery.
There were even hopes of the Haas veteran jumping back in the car for the upcoming season finale in Abu Dhabi.
However, any chances have been extinguished by the injuries, although Grosjean hopes for one final runout in an F1 car when he is better.
Until then, he has been able to return to normality with a stint in the gym and on his sim racer on Thursday.
Earlier in the week, he posted a happy birthday message to wife Marion after returning to their home in Switzerland.
He wrote: "Wasn't supposed to be home but glad I got to spend this 8th of December 2020 with my loved ones."
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