Good news for the young French rider, who was involved in a terrible accident at the Austrian GP
Ten days on and we finally have some good news regarding Amaury Mizera. The young French rider, national PreMoto3 champion in 2021 and current Red Bull Rookies Cup contender, has confirmed on social media that he has now left the hospital in Graz where he was taken following the terrible Race 1 incident at the Red Bull Ring.
The dynamics of the crash were rather bizarre, in that the incident actually occurred after the end of the race. Mizera collided with Hungarian rider Soma Gorbe on the in lap and sustained injury in the impact, requiring immediate medical attention on track before being transported to hospital. Fortunately, though, he is now doing well.
“Ten days after the Austrian GP at the Red Bull Ring, I am finally able to give you some news. After a first race where I was at 10 seconds until the 12th lap (before longlap), after the checkered flag I unfortunately hit Soma Gorbe. The shock was very violent and I immediately lost consciousness”, admits Amaury.
“I was airlifted very quickly to Graz hospital in intensive care” continues the talented youngster. “Today I am happy to be able to inform you that I am leaving the hospital and that I can return to France. My state of health is much improved, although I'm still tired and neurologically I still need to recover. I really want to thank the medical team of the circuit, that of the hospital of Graz and all those who support me. I will come back as soon as possible”.
Translated by Heather Watson