McLaren driver Lando Norris He has been assured he will be fine for Formula One’s season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after crashing during Saturday’s race in Las Vegas and being taken to hospital.
Norris hit the wall at high speed on lap three, causing a safety car break in a spectacular race won by the Red Bulls. Max Verstappen.
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“I just got down to the restart [after a virtual safety car period]Lose back and hit the wall,” said the 24-year-old.
“Many thanks to the medical staff for checking me, and the team for the work they will do on the car now. A week to reset and go again for the season finale in Abu Dhabi.”
Norris Posted pictures on Instagram About her in hospital, with a caption that said: “Big impact. But ok! Thanks for all the messages. See you next weekend.”
Australian rookie team mate Oscar Piastri After starting 18th on the grid he took 10th place and two valuable points for the team with the fastest lap.
Team boss Andrea Stella said, “The two points are not more than what we scored in recent weeks but they are important in the fight for fourth.
“We now regroup, rest when we can, and get ready to go again in the season finale. We look forward to a smoother weekend in Abu Dhabi at a circuit that should be more favorable to our car.”