Formula 2 racer Juan Manuel Correa, who crashed into the tragically deceased Anthoin Hubert during the race at Spa Francorchamps, has successfully passed 17 hourly surgery, and the young racer delivered 280 days after the accident first statement.
Correo, who suffered multiple bone fractures in both legs and a minor spine fracture, was transported to the UK several days after the accident, where he was diagnosed with acute respiratory distress syndrome. It is a life-threatening condition that prevents enough oxygen from flowing into the blood, and the young racer recovers for a long time in an artificial coma. Correa also suffered from acute respiratory failure, or the inability of the respiratory system to provide one or both of the gas exchange functions.
Correa has recovered enough that his medical condition has made him demanding 17 . an hourly surgery that is expected to be successful and the young racer will be able to leave the hospital in a good month.
“I realize that it will take a very long rehabilitation, especially my right legs, but I am ready to fight. The last weeks have been extremely difficult for me, both physically and mentally. I still haven't quite grasped what actually happened. I want to thank everyone who has supported me during these difficult times. It means a lot to me. “