Jules Bianchi will miss Practice Two at the Japanese Grand Prix after suffering chassis damage in his crash at the second Degner corner in the Friday's opening session.The Frenchman had a moment of oversteer at the tricky right-hander and as he caught the slide, got his elbow stuck between the chassis and the seat, locking the steering wheel and firing him off into the barriers.
"My elbow is a bit painful now, but I am fine," he told Sky Sports F1 after the session.
"I tried, but when I had the oversteer moment my elbow was stuck between the elbow and the seat and that is why I could not turn right anymore because it was blocking on the left side. So it was not so nice, but...
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