Moto2, Styrian GP: Syahrin wants to race after the terrible accident

The rider from Malaysia will undergo a medical check-up tomorrow: "I had severe pain in my legs, but the situation is improving."


Hafizh Syarhrin was another miracle of last Sunday's Austrian GP. The Aspar team's rider crashed into Bastianini's bike and got up practically unscathed, without any fractures. Of course, the blow was really bad and the Malaysian had leg pain, but he wants to get back on track this weekend.

"After the bad fall during the last race, I had a lot of pain in my lower limbs," Syahrin said. "That same day I started my recovery, and I'll do everything possible to try to be fit during the medical check-up on Thursday, because I want to race this weekend. I'm improving step by step, not a lot, but at least I'm better than I was on Sunday. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all those who have taken care of me and all the fans who have dedicated their time to send me messages and to wish me a speedy recovery."




Translated by Leila Myftija

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