Injured F2 driver Juan Manuel Correa has recently awoken from his induced coma state following the tragic events of the recent Spa F2 event back in August.
With the sad passing of fellow driver Anthoine Hubert following the massive Formula One supporting F2 accident at the recent Belgian Grand Prix, young Alfa Romeo junior driver Juan Manuel Correa has been under heavy sedation in a London hospital as he battles back from substantial injuries sustained in the accident.
Having been subjected to considerable forces during the support race crash, Correa has spent much of the following weeks in an induced coma in order to allow some of the more severe injuries sustained to settle and receive attention from the medical team overseeing the 20-year-old's recovery.
Since he regained consciousness, Correa has been back on social media updating the world on his condition, and recently posted a video offering his condolences to the family of Hubert following the accident.
Despite the obvious good news of his current situation and mood, Correa still has a long way to go before he can truly understand the lasting effects of his accident. Hopefully for the driver a full recovery can be achievable in the coming months and years.
You can see the video on the Instagram profile for Juan Manuel Correa HERE.
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