GP Italy: Magnussen is recovered and will be able to race in Monza if the FIA authorizes

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Renault has published a press release in which it updated the medical condition of Kevin Magnussen, who last Sunday suffered a huge accident during the Grand Prix of Belgium. The pilot-Danish lost control of the rear of the car when passing by the piano of the Raidillon, impacting subsequently against the protections of the opposite side of the track.

“During
the Grand Prix of Belgium
held at Spa-Francorchamps last Sunday, August 28, the
pilot of Renault Kevin
Magnussen went off the track at high speed.
After
check-ups early in the medical center of the path, Kevin will
taken to a local hospital in Verviers for further tests
routine.
Kevin
suffered
a strong blow in
his left ankle, but the tests showed that there was no
fracture or serious injury, and came out
the hospital the same day and went back home to Denmark. From
then, it has gone through more tests that indicate that it is suitable for
running in the GP of italy in six days.
The
FIA will confirm that Kevin is fit to compete after an evaluation
final Thursday in Monza
“.

Kevin Magnussen, for its part, has also stated feeling much better and hopes to return to fight for the points at the Italian track, after filming among the top ten in Spa until the time of the accident.

“I
I feel much better,
what are the good news.
I’ve had several tests that show that I am suitable
to run at Monza and I’m
sure, I’ll be in the car this weekend
. Filming
among the top ten in Belgium and I’m very motivated to repeat
this, again, in Italy”.