Kevin Magnussen is “sore” but thinks he will be fit to race in next weekend’s Italian Grand Prix at Monza following his horror crash in Belgium on Sunday.
While running inside the points, Magnussen lost the back-end of his Renault Formula 1 car at one of the fastest points of the circuit, slamming into the wall at Raidillon.
The severity of the crash was such that the head rest was chucked out of Magnussen’s car, while the chassis was also severely damaged.
Magnussen was thankfully able to walk away from the shunt, albeit with a limp that turned out to be an injury on his left ankle that resulted in a trip to hospital.
Magnussen tweeted on Sunday evening that he was on his way home after the crash, thanking fans for their messages and saying he should be fit for Monza.