UPDATE, Tuesday, June 28th, 10.00, 2022
Tibor Markó, head of sports, representing the Organising Committee, personally visited the pilot recovering in the 400-bed clinic in Pécs. As he himself briefly summarised the situation, he is doing well under the circumstances and thanks everyone who thought of him and sent him good wishes.
According to the medical summary, Csaba Viszló’s condition was also serious, he suffered internal injuries, damaged ribs and several bones, and required corrective surgery, but his condition is satisfactory.
His navigator, Gábor Patkó, as we have already reported, was more fortunate to escape the accident with bruises.
We wish them both a speedy recovery!
Cover photo: topp-cars.hu
Viszlós have slipped out, we’re on the 5 fast!
On the 5th stage (Hatos – Trefortpuszta) 27 cars passed, then at the 4.3 kilometres of the stage the Peugeot 208 of the pair Viszló Csaba, Patkó Gábor, number 24, slid off the track. According to our latest news, at this moment firefighters are helping to rescue the trapped drivers.
The race has been stopped, an alternative route has been set for the field, and the next stage time has been reduced from 1 hour 10 minutes to 50 minutes. The field behind the pair involved in the accident will be given the time set for this rapid.
Inside Photo: Tátrai Tibor/Facebook