Robin Frijns has been sidelined from the upcoming Blancpain GT race at Monza after suffering a ligament injury while training.
Frijns balances his racing commitments between the Blancpain series and Formula E, racing for Andretti in the latter.
The Dutchman revealed that he had torn the ligament in his right knee after uploading a picture of himself in a wheelchair to Instagram, confirming also that he will not be racing at Monza this weekend as planned.
“Unfortunately I will have to sit out this weekends Blancpain GT Series in Monza,” Frijns wrote.
“While training my right knee collapsed. Cut my ligament in half. Recovery starts today! Will be back in the car in two weeks’ time in Brands Hatch.”
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Unfortunately I will have to sit out this weekends @blancpaingtseries in Monza. While training my right knee collapsed. Cut my ligament in half. Recovery starts today! Will be back in the car in 2 weeks time in Brands Hatch. Feel sorry for @stuart.leonard and @jakedennis19
Frijns’ next Formula E outing with Andretti is scheduled for May 13 in Monaco, one week after the next GT event at Brands Hatch.