Thursday’s day was completely shaken by the news that Fernando Alonso suffered a accident while riding a bike. The Spanish went out to train through the streets of Lugano, Switzerland, where he currently resides to prepare his return to the Formula 1 with the team Alpine. However, he was hit by a motorist and had to be hospitalized.
Within minutes of the accident, rumors began to circulate. Some media claimed that the Spanish had suffered some fractures after being run over and others confirmed that the injuries were not serious. However, the official statement from the French team was missing, which confirmed his state of health.
In their social networks and in a brief statement, Alpine assured that the Spanish is well and conscious, waiting for more tests. “The Alpine team can confirm that Fernando Alonso has been involved in a road accident while cycling in Switzerland,” confirmed the French team on social media.
«Fernando is conscious and well, waiting for more medical examinations that will be carried out tomorrow morning. Alpine F1 Team will not make new statements from this time. Tomorrow there will be new updates on its status », they commented to finish from the team. In case it is not serious, Alonso will return to Formula 1 after two years of absence.
The Spanish is a great lover of cycling and before each season of the category in which he is competing, he uses this method as training. Every time he returns to Spain and in his place of residence, Switzerland, one of his hobbies is cycling. Such is so, that some years ago he wanted to buy a cycling team and flirted with entering the sport as a team owner.
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