The Briton topped Q1 and Q2 on Saturday but crashed out at high speed in damp conditions in Q3. He lost the automobile at Eau Rouge, struck the barriers at Raidillon and spun numerous times throughout the track, as you can see in the video listed below.
Lando Norris has been cleared to race in Sundays Belgian Grand Prix after medical checks following his high-speed crash at Raidillon in certifying, McLaren have actually verified.
Later on, McLaren reported that he was “checked at the trackside medical centre and then sent to a regional healthcare facility for a preventive x-ray of his elbow.”
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The 21-year-old certified a provisionary ninth for the Belgian GP but might begin lower down– or from the pit lane– depending upon the damage to his MCL35M cars and truck, and potential grid penalties he may sustain should key parts need to be changed.
Norris posted a message on his Instagram on Saturday night, thanking his fans for the messages of support, and including: “Big crash and feeling a little bruised but Im well and recuperating all set for the race tomorrow.”
” Following precautionary checks after a mishap throughout certifying at the Belgian Grand Prix, Lando Norris has been cleared to contend in the 2021 Belgian Grand Prix by the trackside doctor and FIA medical delegate,” a representative stated.
A McLaren spokesperson included in the future Saturday evening that Norris had actually been cleared to race on Sunday.
2021 Belgian GP Qualifying: Lando Norris has big crash at Eau Rouge