Le Brocq sustained severe burns to his proper foot through the Supercars season-opener, a blister after Saturday’s race worsening to the purpose that he misplaced feeling throughout Sunday’s race.
The problem has since been traced again to Le Brocq’s peak, which suggests his foot is difficult up towards the firewall when he is at full throttle.
Whereas he was the one of Tickford’s three drivers to endure dangerous burns at Bathurst, Le Brocq says further warmth shielding has been added to the entire group’s Mustangs forward of this weekend’s Sandown SuperSprint.
“As a result of I am fairly tall, with my seating place I am somewhat bit extra stretched out,” Le Brocq defined.
“At full throttle my foot is sort of on the firewall. It was fairly heat at Bathurst and a whole lot of wide-open throttle as nicely. The fellows have put much more work into warmth shielding to try to stop that for myself and have even transferred it to different vehicles. We ought to be proper for now.”
As for the restoration, Le Brocq spent a number of weeks on crutches whereas present process silver dressing therapy overseen by Supercars medical delegate Dr Carl Le.
He can now stroll usually, his solely concern some areas that have not absolutely healed on the aspect of his proper foot.
Nonetheless he is assured it will not have an effect on him this weekend, Le Brocq even planning to stay with right-foot braking.
“It is come up nicely,” he mentioned. “Dr Carl and the others at Knox Hospital taken care of me nicely.
“They gave me the silver dressing and it mended up nicely. I used to be on crutches for a few weeks however I am all good now and I’ve received a boot again on it. It isn’t too [painful]. It is extra of an uncomfortable, throbbing feeling. Beneath has healed up sooner than the aspect, the aspect of my foot is the bit that hasn’t healed up but. However aside from heel-and-toeing you do not actually use that.
“It will likely be a kind of issues, we’ll see the way it goes tomorrow morning in apply. I am unable to think about it will be a problem.”