BARCELONA, 26 Apr. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The Spanish Moto2 rider Arón Canet (Kalex) has received a medical discharge after being operated on Monday for a radio fracture, for which he will compete in the Spanish Grand Prix at the Jerez International Circuit while waiting for the ‘fit’ by Management of career.
“I want to thank Dr. Xavier Mir and his team for the operation they performed on the radius fracture. Everything went well and now I will start with the recovery work. I am still in a lot of pain and I know that we will not reach a hundred one hundred to Jerez and that it will be a weekend that will have to suffer, but we will give our best as always”, explained Canet in statements provided by his team.
The Valencian was one of those who was involved in the numerous crash at the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve. A day later, he was operated on for the intra-articular fracture of the distal epiphysis of the left radius, undergoing percutaneous reduction and internal fixation with compression screws, according to his FlexBox HP 40 team in the statement.
The pilot took the opportunity to show his displeasure with the second race that was run on Sunday. “It shouldn’t have been held for seven laps with fifteen riders missing, even more so when we were not to blame for the accident, since we weren’t faster than on other laps and it wasn’t a crash caused by our mistake,” admitted Canet.
“I’m sorry because I think Race Direction should have stopped the race earlier and not doing so was the mistake, but we already have our minds set on recovery and trying to get to Jerez,” he concluded.