Magnussen to miss Singapore with broken hand
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SEPTEMBER 16, 2015

Magnussen to miss Singapore with broken hand

Kevin Magnussen will miss this weekend's Singapore grand prix after breaking his hand.

The Dane, who is McLaren's reserve driver, tweeted a photo of his plastered arm and confirmed that he "Won't be in Singapore for the night race this year".

"Next year! Better stick to four wheels," he added.

A team spokesman confirmed: "Kevin has been training extensively on his bicycle over the past few weeks and months, but unfortunately he fell off it the other day.

"He has sustained a small fracture in his left hand, but is expected to make a full recovery within the next three weeks or so."

(GMM)

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