Hamburg: BMW Williams driver Ralf Schumacher has recovered from a training accident and expects to be at the wheel again on Sunday at the crucial Indianapolis Formula One race.
“It looks good. I’m assuming I can race in Indianapolis,” Ralf said on Monday.
The 28-year-old German, younger brother of world champion Michael Schumacher, suffered a concussion during a September 2 training crash and missed last week’s race at Monza.
Ralf has allowed teammate Juan Pablo Montoya and backup driver Marc Gene of Spain to handle the car testing this week while he recovers from the after affects.
Schumacher has fallen back in the standings to fourth in one of Formula One’s tightest drivers’ race in years. Michael leads with 82 points in his Ferrari, followed by Montoya at 79, Mercedes driver Kimi Raikkonen at 75 and Ralf with 58.