Cesare Fiorio improving after cycling crash
Honda F1 website
Honda website

MAY 25, 2017

Cesare Fiorio improving after cycling crash

Former Ferrari boss Cesare Fiorio is showing signs of improvement after a recent cycling crash.

Three weeks ago, we reported that the 78-year-old fell whilst cycling in Italy and was in hospital with serious head and other injuries.

Fiorio briefly led Ferrari at the end of the 80s and beginning of the 90s, and was also involved with the Ligier and Minardi teams.

La Gazzetta dello Sport now reports that Fiorio is "recovering from brain trauma" and lung injuries, and is making "slow but steady improvement" after being in a five day coma.

(GMM)

Other stories for MAY 25, 2017

PRACTICE 2 REPORT - EVEN FASTER

THURSDAY PHOTOS

THURSDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

THURSDAY TEAM QUOTES

PRACTICE 2 RESULTS

CAREY ANNOUNCES 21 RACES FOR 2018

FERRARI HAS CAUGHT MERCEDES ON RACE STARTS

F1 CHANGES CARS AFTER MONGER CRASH

ALONSO AT INDY DOESN'T HURT F1 SAYS STEINER

RAIKKONEN PLAYS DOWN WHEELBASE STORY

SPONSOR ENABLED WOLFF SWITCH

MONACO WIN UNLIKELY FOR RED BULL SAYS NEWEY

STROLL EXPECTS DIFFICULT FIRST MONACO GP

PRACTICE 1 REPORT - THE FASTEST EVER

PRACTICE 1 RESULTS

CESARE FIORIO IMPROVING AFTER CYCLING CRASH

TORO ROSSO DRIVERS WANT RENAULT PROGRESS

NO PRESSURE FOR BUTTON IN MONACO