Sauber’s Giedo van der Garde remains in the dark over the cause of his late crash, which curtailed the second day of the post-British Grand Prix test. Van der Garde, who ended the day fourth fastest, had been on his last run of the session when he crashed heavily at Copse, damaging the barrier and bringing testing to a premature end, with 20 minutes still to run on the clock.
The former-Caterham racer was taken to Silverstone’s medical centre after the G-load sensor on his car registered, but was quickly cleared to leave.
“I don't know what happened,” the Dutchman told GPUpdate.net. “First I had oversteer on the left side, then it went to the other side and I lost it.”
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