The premises of the Association Jules Bianch were looted.
the late F1 driver Jules Bianchin Mum Christine says on Facebookthat the premises of the association established in memory of Bianch have been broken into in Brignoles, France.
Thieves took clothes from the premises like t-shirts sold by the Association Jules Bianchi. The association, founded by Bianchi’s parents, has raised money and collaborated with the Central University Hospital in Nice, where the French driver was in treatment for months.
The Bianchi family believes that thieves seek to sell the products they export and make money on them for themselves.
The matter has been reported by e.g. RaceFans site.
Jules Bianchi slept away on July 17, 2015. He died of injuries sustained on October 5, 2014 at the Japan Grand Prix in the rain.
Bianchi, who was driving a Marussia stable car, drifted out of the Suzuka track at the end of its 1st sector. Sauber Adrian Sutil had had to stop at almost the same place a moment earlier, and Bianchi hit his car with a wheel loader that was moving Sutil’s car.
In the summer of 2015, e.g. Auto Motor and Sportissa according to published calculations, Bianch was subjected to forces of 254 g in the collision.
Bianchi, who died at the age of 25, managed to achieve e.g. The F3 Euro Series Championship 2009. He brought the only points in the history of the Marussia team from the Monaco GP in 2014 and was a Ferrari academy driver who was believed to become the race driver of the Italian stable. Bianchi’s eight-year-old godson Charles Leclerc became Ferrari’s race driver last year.