Williams driver Alexander Albon suffers from health issues

Williams driver Alexander Albon suffers from health issues

The Fórmula 1 piloto Alexander Albonoperated on the weekend for appendicitis, suffered postoperative complicationsannounced on Monday his team williamswho, however, wanted to reassure about the condition of the pilot.

Hospitalized on Saturday during the Italian Grand Prix, the 26-year-old driver “successful laparoscopic surgery” to the hospital Saint Gerard of MonzaWilliams explained in a statement.

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But “Post-operatively, Alex experienced unexpected postoperative anesthetic complications, leading to respiratory failure, a known but rare complication. He was re-intubated and transferred to intensive care”he also said.

The British team wanted to reassure about the condition of its pilot: “He made excellent progress overnight (Saturday-Sunday) and was able to be weaned off life support yesterday morning (Sunday), had no further complications”.

Albon, of a Thai mother and a British father, he is expected to return home on Tuesday, ahead of his Formula 1 return to the tracks at the end of the monthat the Singapore Grand Prix (September 30 to October 2).

In Italy, Albon was replaced on Saturday and Sunday by Dutchman Nyck de Vrieswho, in his first Grand Prix, finished in a more than decent ninth position and was voted driver of the day by the fans.

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