Bianchi condition unchanged
MONACO (AP) – The father of injured Formula One driver Jules Bianchi says his son’s medical condition is “stagnant” as he continues to fight for his life following a horrific crash last year.
It was at last year’s Monaco GP that the French driver secured a ninth-place finish, the best in the short history of the team then known as Marussia.
Several months later, Bianchi sustained a horrific accident at a gloomy, rain-soaked Japanese Grand Prix in October and has been in a life-threatening coma since.
He is still recovering from his head injuries in Nice, which is close to Monaco.
Speaking in an interview with Canal Plus television, Philippe Bianchi struggled to contain his emotion as he said “the situation is stagnant, Jules’ neurological progress is not what we would like”.