Webber leg recovery on track
12 February, 2013
Red Bull’s Mark Webber insists leg surgery he underwent over the winter period will not affect the start of his 2013 championship campaign.
A few years ago, the Red Bull driver badly broke his leg in a mountain cycling crash, and since then he has raced with a 38 centimetre titanium rod on board.
The rod was removed over the winter period.
“The leg’s no problem at all,” Webber, 36, told reporters last week at Jerez.
“I’m probably a little bit behind on condition but not much. I’ll be ready to go for Melbourne, I’m clearly on target so that’s all fine. At one point it was a little bit stiff but it’s normal. It will be fine. When the adrenalin’s going, it’s zero problems,” he insisted. (GMM)