Fernando Alonso has productive day on simulator

McLaren Honda driver Fernando Alonso has tweeted his delight after spending a highly productive day at the simulator ahead of his return to action for the team following a horrific crash in practice before the start of the season opening Australian Grand Prix.

Alonso had been recuperating after suffering a concussion following the crash during pre-season testing and as he looks to make a fast comeback to the cockpit, he spent much time on Wednesday behind the wheels on the simulator, tweeting that he had a very productive day with lots of meetings and simulation work.

But just behind the wheels on the simulator will not be enough for Alonso to race at the Malaysian Grand Prix as he will have to pass several rigorous medical tests before he will be given the all clear certificate to return to action.

The 33 year old former double world champion spent three days in hospital following the crash. Fernando Alonso is planning to go through all those tests during this week as he prepares to return to competitive racing for his new team at the Malaysian Grand Prix.

Alonso Making Steady Recovery Post F1 Crash

Good news for Fernando Alonso fans- the elite FI driver is undergoing a “solid recovery” post his F1 crash last Sunday.

The news has been confirmed by McLaren.

The Spanish racer met with a collision as his car hit a wall last Sunday, at Barcelona-Catalunya circuit. He was immediately airlifted by helicopter for needed precautionary checks at the hospital. According to reports from McLaren, the world champ was pretty conscious & even had a chat with doctors while he was airlifted to his hospital. Before he was transferred to hospital, Alonso received a primary first aid from the medical center at the racing circuit.

“He was quite conscious & even chatted with doctors at racing circuit after receiving his first aid”, stated a report from McLaren while approached on Alonso’s condition after the crash.

“However, in full compliance to usual procedures in these situations, he was airlifted to hospital for his precautionary checks.”