Formula One: Petrov feeling fine for Canada

The Lotus Renault driver suffered minor injuries and needed medical attention earlier in the race.


Express June 06, 2011

Vitaly Petrov has said that he is fit to race in Canada after a heavy crash in last Sunday’s Monaco GP. The Lotus Renault driver suffered minor injuries and needed medical attention after he crashed seven laps from the end of the race. Petrov, however, complained of back pains and was rushed to the hospital for further scans that revealed that no serious damage had been done. “Physically I’m feeling fine with no problems,” said Petrov. “I’m feeling better than I was after the race in Monaco. My ankle is fine and I don’t see any problems for the race here in Canada.”

Published in The Express Tribune, June 7th, 2011.

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