McLaren has confirmed that Fernando Alonso is uninjured following his Barcelona testing crash on Sunday.
Alonso crashed at Turn 3 in the closing minutes of the morning session of testing at the Circuit de Catalunya.
He was treated on the scene and transferred to the Spanish circuit’s medical centre, before being airlifted to a nearby hospitalfor further checks.
A McLaren spokesperson has confirmed that Alonso has undergone a CT scan and is “uninjured and fine”.
Alonso managed 20 laps before his accident and was fifth fastest in the morning.
Jenson Button had been scheduled to drive the Honda-powered MP4-30 on Sunday afternoon, but McLaren has cut short its testing programme.
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