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Alex Albon prepares for F1 Singapore GP after respiratory failure

Williams Racing Formula 1 driver Alex Albon tweeted that he was “doing everything to prepare for Singapore” after landing in intensive care following an appendectomy.

Albon missed the Italian Grand Prix due to his diagnosis, and after surgery on Saturday, September 10, he experienced “complications of postoperative sedation leading to respiratory failure”. Albon was re-intubated and moved to intensive care. By the morning of Sunday, September 11, he was off his ventilator, and Albon was released from the hospital a few days later.

He previously shared on social media that “the goal is to have Singapore ready,” and now, more than two weeks after leaving hospital, Albon said he was “looking forward to getting on the track on Friday and back in driving.”



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