Bruno Senna has been ruled out of this weekend’s FIA World Endurance Championship race at Silverstone after sustaining a broken ankle in a practice crash.
Senna suffered a heavy crash at Copse during the opening practice session in the #1 Rebellion R-13-Gibson, causing a red flag and half-hour delay.
The Brazilian is reported to have got out of the car unaided, but was taken to the medical centre for checks and was diagnosed with a fracture to his right ankle.
It means he will take no further part in the Silverstone weekend, while it is unclear if the #1 Rebellion will be ready to run in second practice on Friday afternoon.
Senna’s teammates Neel Jani and Andre Lotterer are therefore set to contest Sunday’s race as a duo.
The car of #1 Rebellion Racing Rebellion R-13: Andre Lotterer, Neel Jani, Bruno Senna after the crash
Photo by: Andreas Beil
#1 Rebellion Racing Rebellion R-13: André Lotterer, Neel Jani, Bruno Senna
Photo by: Paul Foster
#1 Rebellion Racing Rebellion R-13: Andre Lotterer, Neel Jani, Bruno Senna
Photo by: JEP / Motorsport Images
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|FP1||Fri 8 Nov|| |
|FP2||Fri 8 Nov|| |
|FP3||Sat 9 Nov|| |
|Q1||Sat 9 Nov|| |
|Q2||Sat 9 Nov|| |
|Race||Sun 10 Nov|| |
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