Jules Bianchi – Marussia F1 Team. Image Credit : Octane Photographics Ltd.
Not feeling overly inspired to write poetry after the Japanese GP
The race lost its appeal by the end of lap 43 for me
Something was off, right from the start of the race
Running behind the safety car with some struggling to keep pace
I hate that feeling you get when there’s absolutely nothing you can do
They say hindsight is 20/20, there’s no doubt that’s most definitely true
F1 fans fiercely defend against rivals and will go to war with ease
But we all come together like family in exceptionally difficult times like these
But the show must go on, as the old adage states
Teams are already at work behind the Sochi circuit gates
Heavy heads and hearts through the world of F1
Even the lightest carbon fiber panel feels like it weighs over a tonne
We all await positive news from Mei General Hospital
The smallest and insignificant sign of improvement would please us all
I feel for presenters and pit lane reporters at this weekend’s race
A monumental task to appear immune from this tragedy, with a smile on their face.
Everyone at Marussia, our thoughts are certainly with you too
It is difficult for many to comprehend what you closest to Jules must be going through
To Jules, our prayers for a return, at the most expeditious of rates
We expect your full recovery as the seat to your red chariot awaits
Jules Bianchi – Marussia F1 Team – Japan 2014 – Image Credit : Octane Photographics Ltd.