IRL: AGR's injured team members released from hospital

ANDRETTI GREEN RACING TEAM MEMBERS RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (April 20, 2005) - Tino Belli and Scott Graves, two members of Andretti Green Racing's Indy Racing League® IndyCar® Series team, were released from ...

ANDRETTI GREEN RACING TEAM MEMBERS RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (April 20, 2005) - Tino Belli and Scott Graves, two members of Andretti Green Racing's Indy Racing League® IndyCar® Series team, were released from San Francisco General Hospital Tuesday after being treated for injuries sustained in a multi-car auto accident in San Francisco on April 13.

Belli, who serves as Andretti Green Racing technical director, and Graves, the team's director of engineering, were two of four Andretti Green team members involved in the accident, which occurred while the group was driving from Sonoma, Calif., to San Francisco International Airport following last week's IndyCar Series Open Test at Infineon Raceway.

Martin Pare, who works as race engineer on Andretti Green's #7 entry, was treated and released April 13, while Brian Page, who is assistant race engineer on that car, was examined and released the same night.

Both Belli and Graves will miss the series' upcoming event at Twin Ring Motegi in Motegi, Japan, which will be run April 30.

- AGR -

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