The Austrian GP didn’t end well for the Malaysian rider Hafizh Syahrin. A crash during the race at the Red Bull Ring ended Syahrin’s hope to get a good result. He was transported to the hospital and was diagnosed with head concussion and a graze on his right elbow.
Now Hafizh Syahrin is fit for the British GP and ready to race again this next weekend.
Just a few days after suffering that huge crash, Syahrin was back on a bike training.
Sitting in 25th in the MotoGP championship, Hafizh Syahrin arrives at Silverstone with only 3 points to his name. A bad season that he hopes to turn around next Sunday
“After my crash in Austria, I am back at full fitness and arrive in the UK well prepared physically. I will soon have my stitches removed after my mini surgery on the right elbow and I was already training hard at home in order to come back stronger this weekend. Since we are back from the summer break, I could not finish the race, so I really hope we can make up for all this and I can have a decent Grand Prix. I will for sure try to do my best in Silverstone”, said Hafizh Syahrin in a preview to the British GP.