Heavy crash leaves Cardus bruised and battered but doctors rule out fractures

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RICKY_B201348045183The tenth edition of the Qatar GP has come to an end under the floodlight in Qatar where the NGM Mobile Forward Racing Team has taken the first points of the season. Simone Corsi and Alex De Angelis have both finished within the points with their SpeedUp finishing seventh and eight respectively.

Unfortunately Mattia Pasini and Ricky Cardús were not able to cross the finish line today; Pasini touched with Mike Di Meglio, causing him to crash and a high side stopped Cardús. After a medical checkup at the Circuit Clinic with the assistance of the Clinica Mobile, the possibility of Cardús sustaining fractures after his crash was discarded.

Ricky Cardùs “Before my crash I had a good pace and was going really fast. I could have gotten a good result today, but I made a mistake and crashed. At this moment I am a bit banged up because of the crash, but thankfully the doctors have excluded any possible fractures.”

Dr. Michele Zasa – Clinica Mobile “Cardús has suffered a high side. In the crash he hurt his left ankle and his lower back. The x-rays have shown no fractured and he should be fully recovered within a few days.”

Source: Forward Racing Press Release

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