Fixi Suzuki's Leon Camier has been taken back into hospital suffering with de-hydration but is said to be recovering well and plans to travel home to Andorra tomorrow.
The Kent man experienced pronounced sickness after the operation to pin and screw the foot he broke in a massive highside on Friday. He was re-admitted today but is reported to be comfortable.
"Leon’s ridiculous run of misfortune continues and even after a successful operation he found himself back in hospital today. He had severe dehydration and some nasty after-effects of the surgical process," said team boss Paul Denning.
"The update is that he is now resting and being very well cared for. Thanks to the medical team at the Anadolu hospital for their continued care and to our colleagues at Doodson Broking Group for their swift and very helpful assistance in getting Leon the best possible attention and taking care of arrangements.”