||Last Updated: Apr 15th, 2016 - 09:15:12
COVENTRY’S Kacper Woryna suffered severe lacerations to his hand in his crash at King’s Lynn on Wednesday.
Woryna was taken to hospital in King’s Lynn before being released at around 4am and taken to Walsgrave.
There are no broken bones but he will still require surgery either later today or tomorrow, at which point he will have a clearer idea of his likely time out of action.
The club would like to extend grateful thanks to Radec Ruminski of Kenneth Hansen Racing, who stayed with Kacper in King’s Lynn until he was able to be transferred back to Coventry, even though he has a meeting with Kenneth for Workington at Redcar on Thursday.
Kacper has also been visited by club captain Chris Harris on Thursday morning, and we wish him all the best for a speedy recovery.
Best wishes are also extended to Rory Schlein, who was also involved in the Heat 14 accident, and we hope his injuries are not too severe.
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