Juan Manuel Correa on Wednesday for the first of heard of the accident at the end of August in Belgium, Anthoine Hubert, died. The Formula 2 racer set to take small steps to move forward, and hopes for a full recovery.
“I want to be with the family of Anthoine Hubert, you have my deepest condolences offering,” said Correa, in a video message posted on Instagram. “There were five very tough weeks following the accident. I’ve still got a long way to go, and I’m still not sure if I can fully recover, but I am so thankful that I’m alive.”
The Ecuador-born American, came for the relevant race at the circuit of Spa-Francorchamps is a fast collision with He, which is just before the barrier was completed. For the life of the Frenchman, who could not be saved, as Correa in the accident, both his legs are broke off and injured his spine.
The twenty-year-old driver of the Sauber-professional league team was for a time in critical condition in the hospital, and at the end of september, out of artificial coma and taken off. Correa suffered the previous week with a successful seventeen-hour-long surgery.
Anthoine Hubert, did not survive the accident. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
“This incident has changed my life’
Currently, Correa is still in a hospital in London. He will be there on Monday for the last time to have the surgery, but the surgery will be a lot less heavy than that of his benensparende surgery last week.
“It was a shock to everyone that such incident can happen,” said Correa, in his video about it Was a fatal mistake. “And you think that you will never happen to you until it actually happens. This incident has changed my life.”
In november to return Correa to return to the United States of america, where he is in his recovery, it will work. According to the driver of his rehab in Miami, a ten-to twelve-months in duration and will only be clear whether he will fully recover.
“We’ll have to see what’s going on. I now have a lot of pity for myself, but that doesn’t make sense. I am so thankful that I’m alive, and I have been following the situation in the meantime been accepted. The only thing I can do now, is to stay positive.”