Puig: "Lorenzo is fine, but he goes to a hospital in Assen"

"He is out of danger, but the blow has been strong and they have considered it better to take him to the hospital for a more thorough check-up," says Alberto Puig.


Alberto Puig has visited Jorge Lorenzo at the clinic of the circuit of Assen, after his driver suffered a sharp fall five minutes after the end of FP1 MotoGP, which has risen by his own foot, but sensibly stunned. The main team of Repsol Honda has assured that the Mallorcan "is well" and "out of danger", but has also confirmed that he will be transferred in a few minutes to an Assen hospital to be subjected to a more thorough check-up, after that the X-rays done in the chest area, the one that bothers him the most, will not reveal anything serious.

"He is fine, but a little more tests would be fine and he will be taken to a hospital in Assen. He is out of danger, but the blow has been strong and they considered it better to take him to the hospital for a more thorough check-up. He is conscious, totally, but the blow has been very strong and has been added a little with the fall he had in Montmeló. It is in the same place and it bothered him a little breathing up here (the upper part of the thorax is indicated). Le have made a plaque and it seems that it is fine, but you have to do more tests and for that it is better to take you to the hospital in Assen ", has assured the boss of Lorenzo and Márquez.

Y when asked about the mood of the five-time champion , who lately grow problems, says that "is annoyed, but hey, this happens. And the first thing to do is to look at how it is inside, that everything is fine and then to think about the next one. They take it to do a check and look at the other vital organs are fine, because there are not enough machines here to know. "

What Puig does not know is whether Lorenzo will be back in time for FP2:" I do not know " .



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