Gommendy cleared to drive

Tristan Gommendy will be able to take part in this weekend's San Jose Grand Prix after receiving clearance from Dr Terry Trammell on Tuesday. The PKV Racing driver, who crashed out in first qualifying at least weekend's Grand Prix of Edmonton and had to miss the race, went to Indy for a check-over, where Trammell was able to discover that the edemas around thoracic vertebrae 11 and 12 were milder than initially thought.

Mark Johnson, PKV's team manager said: "Dr Trammell has warned Tristan that there is still going to be some pain, but he felt confident putting him back in the car this weekend. It's good news for us. We were in a real conundrum last weekend, but decided to err on the side of caution, and looking back, I think that was right."

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