MAY 23, 2013
Ferrari's Fry back to work in Monaco
Pat Fry will return to duty for Ferrari this weekend in Monaco.
The great Italian team's British technical director had his appendix removed in a Barcelona hospital less than two weeks ago, forcing him to miss qualifying and the Spanish grand prix.
Mathias Bruner, the correspondent for German-language Speed Week, said 49-year-old Fry will also sit out Thursday's practice sessions in Monaco.
"But on Friday he will be in Monaco," he added, "and in the pits as usual on Saturday and Sunday."
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