Renault offer update on driver of crashed team truck
Renault have confirmed that the driver of a team truck that crashed en route to the Hungarian Grand Prix has returned home after being released from hospital.
The driver was described by Renault as "driving within the respected regulations" in the single-vehicle incident.
Images of the truck straddled over a motorway barrier were quickly shared on social media. The driver thankfully avoided serious injury.
Renault also confirmed that the goods being carried by the truck had not been damaged and have already made it to the Hungaroring, where the French marque are looking to improve on a double DNF in Germany last time out.
The driver of the Team truck involved in an accident in Hungary on Monday continues to make good progress & has returned home. The goods transported were not damaged & our preparations for the #HungarianGP have not been affected. We look forward to getting the weekend underway.
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