Webber suffered “bruising and concussion” after his horror smash in Sao Paulo.
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Former Red Bull Formula One driver Mark Webber says he has “no recollection” of his high-speed crash during the season finale of the World Endurance Championship at Interlagos.
The Australian’s Porsche made contact with the Ferrari of Matteo Cressoni on a 300km/h curve and slammed into a track barrier.
A statement on the 38-year-old’s website said he suffered “bruising and concussion”.
“I’m quite sore this morning and am pretty bruised and have got a stinking headache,” Webber said in the statement.
“I’ve got no recollection of the accident or how it happened – the team is looking into the details to find out more.
“Thanks to the medical team at the track and here at the hospital who did a great job and are looking after me very well.
“On a positive note it’s great that the boys in car no. 14 managed to bring home the victory which is a fantastic way to finish off the season. I’m already looking forward to getting out there again next year.”
Webber was taken to hospital in Sao Paulo where he will undergo further checks.