Griggs impatient to get back on track: "My hand's swollen, but I have no more pain"


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Luca Griggs explains reasons keeping him out of the Apulia stage of the Super Master Series.
Griggs impatient to get back on track: "My hand's swollen, but I have no more pain"


After his bad accident in Muro Leccese two weeks ago, Luca Griggs is keen to return to racing, his hand recovering without a hitch.

During tests for the third round of the WSK Super Master Series, the Briton was involved in an accident when a competitor, on returning onto the track after a driver error, crashed his kart on Luca's left hand.

The clinical record showed two metacarpal fractures and a completely broken finger, which will keep Griggs out until the “Kart Grand Prix of Italy” in Sarno, valid for the first race of the European FIA ​​Karting Championship for the direct drive classes.

"Recovery is proceeding well," Griggs said to Vroom. "At the moment I have no more pain but only a swollen left hand. I would like to get back on track right away, but I'll have to wait for the European for a complete recovery. It's tough watching races from home, but there's nothing I can do about it."

Andrea Giustini - Photo: Race Frame

Created by: agiustini - 19/03/18

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