The Spanish pilotFernando Alonsostarted in the worst possible way the second free practice of this Wednesday of the500 Miles from Indianapolisafter suffering a spectacular accident that led him to hit the wall and seriously damage his car.
The Green Flag is back out following the incident in Turn 3 involving@alo_oficial.
He has been checked, cleared, and released from the@IMSInfield Medical Center.
– Indianapolis Motor Speedway (@IMS)May 15, 2019
The Asturian, who searches in the mythical ovalget the longed for 'Triple Crown'(World F-1, 24 Hours of Le Mans and these 500 Miles), lost control of his McLaren-Chevrolet after touching the wall at Turn 3 and bounced off to another wall on the other side, whose impact made him cross the track to end up receiving a new impact.
The bicampeón of the world of Formula 1did not suffer any physical damage,Not so his vehicle, although he had to go through the mandatory medical examination. "Fernando Alonso passed the review and was released from the medical center," they said from the organization of the championship.
"Error on my part underestimating the grip on the T3 (Curve 3). I'm sorry for the team and the guys who have to work hard now. Lesson learned. We will return stronger today at the last minute or tomorrow, "wrote an Alonso on his social networks, which on the first day of practice on Tuesday was almost a second of the best time.
"An incident in Turn 3 has ended our training session, Fernando is OK and the team is currently evaluating the damage to the car," the McLaren-Chevrolet team said.
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