A German teenager, Sophia Floersch, has broken his spine in a very fast accident during Formula 3 race in Macau but said the hospital was "right".
The 17-year-old driver lost the control of his Van Amersfoort car at a speed of just under 280km / h on Sunday.
His car came to Sho Tsuboi coach before being scratched through the sky and by fencing.
Floersch was aware and was transported to hospital, feeling later that she would have surgery on Monday.
"I just want to let everyone know that I'm fine, but I'll go to tomorrow's surgery," he said.
Officials said she had suffered a spinal cut.
Guan Yu Zhou liver, Ferrari China, behind Florsch at the time of the accident and the yellow warning boosters were flashing straight away.
"First of all she was a little scary," said Zhou.
"Sophia was very close to Jehan, so when Jehan became enthusiastic early, he did not have time to respond.
"She hit Jecha at the back, and that turns her straight into Lisbon, and flows into the other car. I hope she & Okay. "
Her dad told CPA earlier that she could move all her body.
Another hospital was removed to the hospital, including Tsuboi, a Japanese driver, two photographers and a track march. Everyone was aware and was treated for different back injuries, head and face, reports said.
Floersch, who will be 18 on December 1, will compete in his first season in the younger F3 series. She lay in the 15th place when the accident happened on lap four of the street rotation.
The race continued after a break of about an hour and was won by British driver Daniel Ticktum, 19.
Mick Schumacher of Germany, son of Michael Schumacher, Formula One, was one of several sports motorcycles to send messages of support to the young star.
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