Published: Sun, November 18, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

F3 driver Sophia Floersch fractures her spine in horror crash

F3 driver Sophia Floersch fractures her spine in horror crash

Formula 3 driver Sophia Floersch suffered a spinal fracture and others outside the track were injured in a insane crash during a race in Macau, China.

Ferrari junior driver Guan Yu Zhou, who was behind Sophia Flörsch, explained how the crash unfolded after the race.

Earlier in the day, a huge accident for van Amersfoort driver Sophia Floersch caused a lengthy delay to proceedings.

A subsequent FIA statement revealed that driver Sho Tsuboi, two members of the media and marshal had also been "transferred to a local hospital in a conscious state for further evaluation". The teenager later tweeted to say she was OK and and confirmed she will have surgery on Monday.

A major auto accident has occurred at the Macau Grand Prix.

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Pole-sitter Daniel Ticktum was leading the race when it was stopped.

"I hope everybody's OK after this crash, I wish them the best recovery", said European champion Mick Schumacher, the son of stricken F1 legend Michael, according to the Post. "The support I've had from my girlfriend and my parents is incredible, thank you".

The Macau Grand Prix is underway, and besides the exhilarating races, some unwanted things happen due to the nature of the sport. "It's not all confirmed, but it's looking nearly 100 per cent".

Back in the fight for first, however, the Bathams man had chopped almost two tenths out of Hickman's lead and with four to go, he had his deficit down to less than eight tenths of a second.

"All the talk about me getting in an F1 auto, I think that if I keep performing well then I'll have a chance of a test".

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