This Thursday, via his official Twitter account, Chinese driver Guanyu Zhou (Alfa Romeo) said he had received the green light from doctors to take part in the Austrian GP this weekend, four days after his huge accident in Great Britain. Brittany.
Good news for Guanyu Zhou. This Thursday, via his account Twitter official, the Chinese driver, resident of the Alfa Romeo team, indicated that he had received the green light from the doctors, to participate, no later than next Sunday, in the Austrian Formula 1 Grand Prix, i.e. the next meeting to be contested within the framework of the world championship in the specialty. An appointment that even begins this Friday, with the first free practice. In his post, Zhou writes in particular: “I finished the last medical check-up, everything is fine! Thank you to all the people who supported me during this period (…). Austrian Grand Prix, let’s go! »
Finished the final medical check, all good to go! Thanks to all of the people who supported me during this time, means the world. ❤️ #AustrianGP LET’S GO! 💪🏼 pic.twitter.com/VdArFWcRoB
— 周冠宇 | Zhou Guanyu 🇨🇳 (@ZhouGuanyu24) July 7, 2022
Zhou is playing his first season in Formula 1
An announcement that comes four days after the very impressive accident experienced by the main interested party, during the British Grand Prix, which was disputed last Sunday. An accident that occurred just seconds after the start. The shock of the latter then sent his single-seater over a safety wall made up of tires. Despite this terrible shock, the pilot came out of it completely unscathed. In 2022, Guanyu Zhou is playing his very first season in Formula 1. After ten Grands Prix contested, the driver has already scored a total of five points and thus ranks sixteenth in the drivers’ world championship standings.