OCTOBER 31, 2000
Wurz will be ready for McLaren testing in December after knee op
ALEXANDER WURZ's manager Peter Cramer said on Tuesday that the Austrian driver has successfully come through an operation to cure a knee injury.
The new McLaren test driver came through the operation on his right knee on Monday unscathed and will be ready for testing duties with the Woking-based team in December.
Cramer said: "Alexander has come through his operation successfully and he feels fine. He had to have the operation on his right knee and it was just a basic and easy operation.
"He is feeling okay and there is no indication of any side effects at the moment. I fully expect him to be ready for December when he is due to take up some testing with McLaren."
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