Formula 2 driver Juan Manuel Correa – injured in the accident that killed French driver Anthoine Hubert – has been placed in an induced coma.
Correa, 20, is “critical but stable” in a London hospital after complications following the crash, say his parents.
The Ecuador-born American suffered a spinal injury and broken legs in the crash at Spa, in Belgium, on 31 August.
Juan Carlos and Maria Correa said they believe his “tremendous fighting spirit” will help him recover.
“We are confident that our son will surprise us like he always does,” they said in a statement.
- Correa moved to intensive care in the UK
- Hubert killed in Belgium crash
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Our condolences to the Hubert family…our hearts are broken, and we can only imagine the pain this loss has brought them.
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