(FILES) In this file photo taken on October 5, 2014, pit crew for Marussia driver Jules Bianchi of France (C) push his car to the grid at the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka. AFP PHOTO/Yuriko Nakao/FILES
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Jules Bianchi's father says he can no longer bear to watch Formula One a year on from the Japanese Grand Prix accident that led to the French driver's death last July.The Frenchman, tipped as a future Ferrari driver with a glittering future ahead of him, was flown back to France and died in hospital in Nice.He was the first driver to die of injuries sustained in a race since Brazilian triple champion Ayrton Senna at Imola in Italy in 1994 .Bianchi's funeral was just before the Hungarian Grand Prix, which his family attended but Philippe said he had not been able to watch footage of the accident.
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