Jul.21 (GMM) Toyota officials will discuss with the FIA Timo Glock's rescue following his violent crash in the German grand prix.
The 26-year-old German driver spent the night under observation in a local hospital after his car speared backwards into a concrete wall at the Hockenheim circuit on Sunday.Glock, clutching at his painful back and apparently winded, was helped from his wreck by circuit workers, who provided him with an outdoor chair to rest on before he was ferried to the medical centre.Toyota F1 president John Howett said the Japanese team wants to talk with the FIA about the rescue."We want to talk about how the driver was recovered from the cockpit," the Briton told motorsport-total.com. "However, we do not wish to complain."Usually the driver is taken out of the car along with the seat. We understand that in the heat of the moment you can get excited."We will look at the video and figure out exactly what happened. The most important thing is that Timo is absolutely okay," Howett added.