Drinks Sophia Floersch Whirlies as car gutters through Grand Grand Prix aircraft


Sho Tsuboi Japanese driver, two photographers and marasgal was also taken to hospital.

Hong Kong, China:

A 17-year-old female teenage driver was 17 years old who suffered a tragedy when a car crashed out in a terrible accident at Grand Prix Formula Three in Macau on Sunday.

Van Amersfoort Racing's Sophia Floersch was aware and steady after the smash when her car became an air and injured into mails and designers' area.

Sho Tsuboi Japanese driver, two photographers and marasgal was also taken to hospital.

"Everyone was aware of when they were traveling to the hospital and they are now getting medical medicine. More information is available as soon as possible," said The Grand Prix Organizing Committee is a statement in a statement that has been announced with many resources, including South China Morning Post and a Twitter section with Prema Powerteam of Italy.

A gas picture was taken from the population as Floersch's machine went through the air and into a safety net at the Lisboa Guía Circuit, nice handbag.

The 16-year-old German teenager, control in direct direct communication, sent off a car and hit TOM's Racing Tsuboi car.

Tweeted Racing Van Amersfoort has a medical report saying Floersch has been admitted to the emergency room in a hospital in Macau with a spinal fracture and vital vital signs.

The dead mattressed a broken circle, and abdominal pain from a person suffering from an apple was burned, according to medical statements by the Grand Prix of Macau sent to AFP.

"I hope everyone will be right after this disaster, I wish them every success," said the European hero, Mick Schumacher, son of F1 Mìcheal fiddler, according to the Post.

Briton Dan Ticktum, age 19, of the Red Bull Learning Group, won the race on his street visit to Macau, who was loved by F1 singers such as Schumacher senior and Ayrton Senna.

At least three people have died of a Grand Prix distribution in Macau.

The British rider Daniel Hegarty died last year after Bend Fishermen had blocked when Grand Grand Prix's motorcycle race was made.

The Grand Prix in Macau also won two deaths in 2012 when Luis Portreada and Phillip Yau Airport from Hong Kong were killed within two days.

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