Fernando Alonso rests at home before returning to action

The Alpine F1 driver suffered an accident last week while training on a bike and had to undergo corrective surgery for a fractured upper jaw.


The Spanish Fernando Alonso, two-time world champion of F1, is already at home after being discharged and leaving the hospital where he was admitted since last Thursday when suffered an accident while training on a bicycle near the Swiss town of Lugano.

Fernando AlonsoThe Asturian, who will return to La Máxima this year as a Alpine F1, had to go through the operating room last Friday to undergo a corrective surgery on his face due to a upper jaw fracture, although his team noted that he hoped he was "Fully operational" when the next World Cup starts at the end of March with the Bahrain GP.

Alonso had to remain under observation in the hospital for the next 48 hours and after that period he was already discharged "To continue the recovery at home", indicated the Alpine F1 Team on their social networks.

“Now, he will have a short period of complete rest before gradually resuming training to start preparing for the start of the season. As always, thank you for offering your best wishes for Fernando's recovery ”, said.

For his part, the 39-year-old pilot also thanked for the samples of affection received. Thank you for all the shows of support. I thank you from the heart ", he wrote on his official profile of Twitter.

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