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Alex Zanardi inducted into Long Beach Motorsports Walk of Fame in absentia

LONG BEACH, Calif. -- Alex Zanardi has been invited back to the Long Beach Grand Prix time and time again in any official race role he wanted. The Italian was informed he would be inducted into the Walk of Fame, but Zanardi was always too busy. Training for the Paralympics, hosting his popular talk show or simply content to inspire others to never give up on their life journey.
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Alex Zanardi leaves hospital 18 months after paracycling crash

Over a year after being seriously injured in a paracycling crash, 55-year-old racing driver and Paralympian Alex Zanardi has left the hospital to continue his recovery process at home in his native Italy. The news was first reported by Motorsport on Monday, and confirmed by Zanardi's wife Daniella in a...
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Paralympic champion Alex Zanardi released from hospital 18 months on from June 2020 crash

Paralympic champion and former racing driver Alex Zanardi has left hospital following injuries sustained in a handbike accident 18 months ago. Former F1 driver and Champ Car champion Zanardi suffered a severe head injury in a collision with a truck during the Obiettivo Tricolore handbike race in June 2020. Since then he has undergone multiple operations and received care at a specialist facility in Padua, Italy.
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Alex Zanardi is Out of Hospital, Will Continue Recovery Process at Home

In his typical fighting spirit, living legend Alex Zanardi showed that not even the most serious of accidents can keep him down. The Italian racing driver and Paralympics champion left the hospital recently after almost 18 months, following his unfortunate accident while training for a triathlon. He will continue the tedious recovery process at home from now on, according to his wife, Daniela Zanardi.
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Alex Zanardi returns home with 'fighting spirit' after 18 months in hospital

Alex Zanardi has left hospital and returned home for the first time since a handcycle accident in June 2020 left him in a medically-induced coma with serious neurological injuries. The double Champ Car champion turned Paralympic athlete has been recovering ever since, spending more than a year at a rehabilitation...
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Former IndyCar driver Alex Zanardi out of hospital 18 months after crash put him in coma

Former IndyCar driver Alex Zanardi is out of the hospital 18 months after a horrific handbike accident, his wife, Daniela, said in an interview with BMW. The two-time CART champion suffered severe head injuries after veering into oncoming traffic while on his handbike in June of 2020, according to reports, and colliding with a truck during a race in Siena, Italy. Zanardi, 55, was placed in a medical coma and put on a ventilator.
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Alex Zanardi is still fighting, has a long way to go to full recovery

Just over a year ago, a new nightmare started for Alex Zanardi. The living legend and BMW Ambassador was heavily injured during one of his practice runs in Italy, crashing head-first into a truck at considerable speed. Luckily, Zanardi was quickly transported to a nearby hospital and he managed to pull through. A few days later, he started a long and tedious road to recovery.
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Here's the Latest on IndyCar champ Alex Zanardi Following 2020 Crash

A little over a year has passed since Alex Zanardi's terrifying accident at a handcycling race in his native Italy, and it's been a few months since we've received an update on his condition. Today, BMW released an interview with Alex's wife, Daniella, where she revealed that, while the racer's road to recovery is long, Zanardi is still fighting.
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Alex Zanardi, Our Hero, Is Still Fighting

A little over a year has passed since Alex Zanardi's terrifying accident at a handcycling race in his native Italy, and it's been a few months since we've received an update on his condition. Today, BMW released an interview with Alex's wife, Daniella, where she revealed that, while the racer's road to recovery is long, Zanardi is still fighting.
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Alex Zanardi still fighting as he attempts to recover speech

Alex Zanardi’s fighting spirit is undimmed, despite a handcycle accident last year that has left him unable to speak, his wife has said. In an interview published just over a year after the crash, Daniela Zanardi said that the double Champ Car title-winner, former Williams F1 driver and gold-winning Paralympian is at a clinic undergoing rehabilitation for the facial and head injuries he suffered.
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