Terol ‘very unlikely’ to race at Imola

The Althea Racing man was carried away on a stretcher and taken to the medical centre after he crashed at Turn 5 early on in Race Two in the Netherlands on Sunday.

It has been confirmed that the Spaniard suffered a fracture to his right wrist while a CT scan also revealed he had a momentarily lapse of consciousness and was unable to remember anything of the accident.

Terol's manager Xavi Perez, though, has confirmed to WorldSBK.com that the "scan confirmed no damage to the brain".

The 26-year-old will continue his recovery at home in Valencia, but Perez has admitted that it is "very unlikely" that he will be take part in the next race, which takes place at Imola on 10 May.