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A video message from Carlos Sainz, discharged from Hospital

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A video message from Carlos Sainz, discharged from Hospital

A video message from Carlos Sainz, discharged from Hospital

Carlos Sainz, who escapes injury following huge crash in final practice at Russian Grand Prix; The Toro Rosso ace given sanction to take part race by stewards pending ultimate decision on fitness on Sunday morning.

The latest media update confirms that, the Spaniard has been released from hospital following his high-speed crash.

Below added a rough translation: made by Youtube user – Alser Shetzer (alsersz)

Hello everybody. Well, as you can see, I’m fine. In the end, it was nothing. Just a fright, a big one but just a fright. And… well, I want you to know that I was conscious the whole time, even when I was under the safety barriers.

I tried talking through the radio with the team but they could not hear me so I started to worry because I knew that people were going to start thinking that it was more serious than what actually it was.

And well… I have been transferred here, to the hospital. I have been made all sorts of tests. They found nothing wrong.

My neck is a little bit bruised, my back (too)…but we’ll see if, with ibuprofen and rest, I’m going to be OK and I can try to race tomorrow.

No… I’m not promising anything but I’ll try to do everything I can to race and, if not, then… time to rest and think about the next race.

Thank you very much for your messages that help me a lot during these times and… well, see you tomorrow!

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