Jules Bianchi’s family launch legal action against FIA and Marussia

• French driver died in July after spending nine months in coma
• Bianchis also plan action against Bernie Ecclestone’s Formula One Group

The father of Jules Bianchi has started legal action against the F1’s governing body. An English law firm working on behalf of the late driver’s family has revealed it plans to sue the FIA, Bianchi’s Marussia team and Formula One Group, of which Bernie Ecclestone is the chief executive.

Bianchi died on 17 July last year, nine months after he crashed into a recovery vehicle at the rain-soaked Japanese Grand Prix. He was the first Formula One driver to die as a result of injuries sustained at a race weekend in more than two decades.

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