A 17-year-old female driver spent at least seven hours in surgery on Monday after breaking the spine in a terrible accident at the Grand Prix Formula Three Macau. German racer Sophia Floersch was ruined out to tourists and photographers after flying off the Sunday trail. "I received a surgery at 10am (0200 GMT) and is still underway," said a press spokesman for the Macau health authority to AFP late on Monday afternoons. There were dramatic pictures away from the crowd as Van Amersfoort Racing's driver car flew through the sky into a safety net in the Lisbon box Guia Circuit, with a right hand side.
Runing 16th, he lost control in connection with the stars, was launched off the corner and bounced off the TOM's Racing Tsuboi car.
A medical report that was sent to AFP said Floersch was accepted to the Macau hospital emergency room with a spinal cut in a stable state.
Later, Floersch secured his supporters on Twitter on Sunday night.
"I just want to let everyone know that I'm fine, but I'll go to tomorrow's surgery," he said.
"Thank you all for the supporting messages."
The Japanese Tsuboi driver, two photographers and a marquee were also being taken to hospital for treatment.
The rough marshal suffered to break, while another victim had broken the abdominal pain of liver, according to the medical reports from the Grand Prix Macau sent to AFP.
"I hope everyone is right after this accident, I want them the best recovery," said European champion Mick Schumacher, the son of the legend F1 Michael, in post post
Sixteen year old Briton Dan Ticktum, from the Red Bull Junior Team, won the race on the Macau Road circuit, which was cracked by F1 oats such as Schumacher senior and Ayrton Senna.
At least three people have died on the Macau Grand Prix circuit.
Daniel Hegarty's Roman driver died last year after hitting a Fisher Bend Fishermen's obstacle during the Macau Grand Prix feature motorcycle race race.
In 2012 Luis Carreira Portugal and Phillip Yau Hong Kong were killed within two days during the Grand Prix of Macau.