Mar 09, 2023 at 5:05 PMUpdate: 7 minutes ago
Racing driver Robin Frijns is ready for his comeback eight weeks after a hard crash. The Limburger has recovered from a wrist and hand fracture and will drive the first race of the World Championship long-distance racing in the American state of Florida next weekend.
Frijns fell behind a predecessor in Mexico City in January at the first race of the Formula E season and suffered a complicated wrist and hand fracture. The 31-year-old driver had to undergo an operation of no less than five hours.
Frijns had to rehabilitate for months and missed the races in Saudi Arabia, India and Cape Town. GT3 driver Kelvin van der Linde replaced the ABT driver in those races.
“It has been difficult and frustrating weeks, but I am happy that I can finally do what I love most: racing,” Frijns writes on Instagram.
On March 25, Frijns will drive in Formula 3 again in Brazil. First he will participate in the 1,000 Miles of Sebring, where he will form a team with the Indonesian Sean Gelael and the Austrian Ferdinand Habsburg.
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