Ferrari racer Fernando Alonso had to visit the hospital there for more or less security reasons after the race for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, but he has already been discharged.
The Spaniard overtook Toro Ross driver Jean-Eric Vergen in the 44th lap and drove over the curb. In doing so, it was exposed to a gravitational force of 28G.
The Ferrari race car has a built-in special alarm that warns the medical team when the driver is exposed to a gravitational force of at least 18G. "It's just a normal security check required by the FIA," a Ferrari spokesman said.
"I still have all my teeth!" joked the 32-year-old, who finished the race fifth. “My back still hurts a little because the blow was quite strong. I have a special alarm built into the car, which alerts the medical team in the event of a collision if the racer is exposed to a certain force. But I hope to be ready for the race in Austin. ”
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