MACAU – Sophia Floersch's teenage driver will be hospitalized for a spinal fracture after a staggering accident; has gone away in the Grand Prix Formula 3 Macau Sunday.
German 17-year-old introduced a tweet: "I just wanted to let everyone know that I'm right, but I'll be going to the morning surgery (Monday) tomorrow. .. Recent news. "
Floersch has a backbone, according to a medical report issued by her team, the Van Amersfoort Racing based in the Netherlands.
No more information was available.
A video movie showed that Floersch was a # 39; show that the Sho Tsuboi car was a Japanese driver cut and his / her; fly where the high speed route has a bend on four rings. Floersch's car was then taken by a fence, hit a structure on his trip and went down to the ground with immediate safety officers on the scene.
In a statement posted on social media, FIA, a motor sporting regulator, said "the driver is aware and subsequently was sent to hospital for further evaluation." He said that Tsuboi and "two media members and one masonry were also relocated to a local hospital in a sensitive state for further evaluation."
Macau is the old Portuguese colony near Hong Kong.
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