McLaren's Fernando Alonso has told fans that he is well after crashing heavily in testing last weekend - but no decision has been taken on whether the Spaniard will compete in the 2015 Formula One season-opener in Australia.
Fernando Alonso has been given the all-clear after a heavy crash in testing in Barcelona but will remain in hospital for 24 hours as a precaution.
McLAREN'S Fernando Alonso is said to be "conscious and speaking" after being airlifted to hospital following a heavy crash during the final day of the Formula One pre-season test in Barcelona.
The team formerly known as Marussia stands on the brink of a remarkable return to Formula One after entering into a Company Voluntary Arrangement that will see them emerge from administration.
Max Verstappen is eager to prove the FIA wrong for raising the age limit a driver can enter Formula One.