Injured Davidson 'confident' of making Silverstone race

Martyn Collins


Peugeot Sport driver Anthony Davidson hopes to take his place on the grid for the Autosport Six Hours of Silverstone this weekend in spite of a run-in with a BMX bike that left him nursing a broken collarbone.

The former F1 driver faces a race against time in an effort to be fit for the endurance race which is the fourth event in the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup and comes hot on the heels of his victory at the last race at Imola in July. Peugeot currently lead the team standings in the series.