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Guanyu Zhou ready to race at the Austrian GP

The British Grand Prix was held last weekend and the cameras were leaving days before and at the start, with the local Lewis Hamilton, who came clo


The was held last weekend and the cameras were leaving days before and at the start, with the local Lewis , who came close to winning his ninth GP in his nation. The attention changed drastically towards the pilot , who suffered an incident at the start that left him out of the GP and the fans scared.

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Through his Twitter account, the 23-year-old Chinese pilot announced that he had already been discharged. “Finishing the final medical checkup, all set! Thanks to all the people who supported me during this time, it means everything to me. #AustrianGP LET’S GO!” wrote the Alfa Romeo driver.

In a conference prior to the Austrian GP, ​​Guanyu Zhou offered his first statements after the shocking event from which he emerged unharmed thanks to the halo of protection that all cars have. “As I was rolling on the ground, I knew I was going to face a big impact, because the car wouldn’t stop, so I tried to get as safe a position as possible,” Guanyu said.

The pilot took the opportunity to mention that he was saved thanks to the halo, a security system that is placed at the height of the pilot’s cabin and surrounds the pilot’s head. “I didn’t realize he was between the barriers. I thought he was next to the barriers. But actually I was between the barrier and the fence, and I don’t know how I survived. But then looking back obviously I saw that the halo saved me,” he shared.

After the studies carried out and the constant medical check-up, the Chinese driver is ready to return to the tracks at the Austrian GP, ​​which will take place this July 10 at eight in the morning, Central Mexico time.

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