On top of his knee injury incurred while jet-skiing, Jenson Button is also suffering with a sinus problem at this weekend’s British Grand Prix.
The 2009 World Champion hurt his knee during a media-sponsored jet-skiing event in London in the days following the European Grand Prix.
Speaking of the incident, Button said: “It was a stand-up jet-ski and we were told not to lean, but I did and fell in a strange way.”
But it would seem that the Briton is also nursing another medical malady this weekend.
“I’ve now got a sinus problem, so I can’t swim, run or ride a bike. But I can drive an F1 car!” he joked.
After eleven Grands Prix on home soil, Button is yet to finish on the podium at his home race.
[Original image via Sutton Images]
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