LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – An Anthony Davidson Le Mans 2012 crash video left viewers stunned today. But following Davidson’s horrible crash at the Le Mans 24 Hour race, Davidson’s representatives confirmed that he was fine and uninjured.
Piergiuseppe Perazzini in the Ferrari had impacted Davidson’s Toyota. Davidson went airborne, landing into a side barricade. Davidson was quickly taken to a nearby hospital. He was reporting shock and back pains to hospital officials.
But following examination, doctors confirmed that Davidson hadn’t suffered any injuries. Toyota tells news that Davidson is alert, walking and doing fine. Piergiuseppe Perazzini is reportedly uninjured as well.
In a news statement, Toyota said “Doctors at the circuit have confirmed that Anthony is suffering from shock and back pain. However, there are no signs of any injuries and he is walking and talking with no problems.”
Just days ago, Davidson had spoken to Stephen Errity of Motorsport about his plans for this Le Mans. “It’s massively impressive to see how the manufacturers have turned Le Mans into a very long sprint race, but we shouldn’t underestimate the difficulty of running flat-out for 24 hours; it’s a phenomenally difficult task.” He added “We’re still learning and developing the car, so we expect to face a few challenges during the week – that’s natural for a new technology like this.”