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Jules Bianchi, 25, dead.

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Formula One driver Jules Bianchi has died in hospital nine months after crashing at the Japanese Grand Prix.

The 25-year-old Marussia driver had been in a coma since October 2014 after suffering a diffuse axonal injury following a collision with a crane on the side of the Suzuka circuit.

Bianchi had been receiving treatment at a hospital in Nice, France but his family announced his passing in the early hours of Saturday morning.

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I blame Bernie Ecclestone. F1 races shouldn't be held in Japan in October-it is typhoon season then, every year , ffs

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