Abu Dhabi return for Glock ’90pc’ certain – manager

Timo Glock

(GMM) The chance that Timo Glock will be fit to return to the wheel of his Toyota in Abu Dhabi this weekend is "90 per cent", according to the German driver's manager.

Glock, 27, had to sit out the recent Brazilian and Japanese grand prix due to the injuries he sustained in a Suzuka qualifying crash.

He has been receiving treatment for the leg and spinal injuries at the renowned Bad-Nauheim Sportklinic in central Germany, and Glock revealed last week that he is "ok" and a decision about his participation in the 2009 season finale will be made on Tuesday.

On Monday, Glock is scheduled to have medical tests to assess his return to fitness.

According to his manager Hans Bernd Kamps, Glock's chances of racing this weekend are "90 per cent", the German news agency DPA said.

If not given the green light for Abu Dhabi, Glock's number 10 Toyota will again be raced by team reserve driver Kamui Kobayashi.

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