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In a private test around Paul Ricard, Juan Manuel Correa was back behind the wheel of a racing car for the first time in 533 days.
Juan Manuel Correa says every trial he has overcome in his recovery has led to this moment, his return to racing with Formula 3 team ART Grand Prix.
Making an inspirational return to racing, Juan Manuel Correa has promised to “honour the memory” Anthoine Hubert as he lines up on the Formula 3 grid.
Almost a year to the day after suffering traumatic leg injuries in a crash at Spa, Juan Manuel Correa says he hopes to return to the grid next season.
Codemasters Formula 1 game director Lee Mather said the decision to include Anthoine Hubert in the new edition was “not taken lightly”.
Former Formula 2 star Juan Manuel Correa has confirmed that he plans to return to racing in 2021, one year ahead of schedule.
Juan Manuel Correa is confused as to why the FIA has not yet made a full report available to him regarding the F2 horror crash in Spa.
The chief medical officer at Spa, doctor Christian Wahlen, has dismissed the claims of Juan Manuel Correa that he was forgotten about after his horror crash at the circuit.
Juan Manuel Correa almost died four days after his Formula 2 crash and says the blame lies in part with the FIA.
Juan Manuel Correa is determined to return to racing for himself and for Anthoine Hubert who was killed at Spa this season.
Juan Manuel Correa, speaking via video for the first time since his horror F2 crash, has sent his “deepest condolences” to Anthoine Hubert’s family.
Juan Manuel Correa has spoken publicly for the first time since his horrific F2 crash, saying he faces an “uncertain” recovery.
Juan Manuel Correa will undergo a 10-hour operation this Sunday after the racer opted not to have his right foot amputated following his horrific Formula 2 crash.
Doctors are in a “race against time” to perform major surgery on Juan Manuel Correa’s legs in order to minimise risk of irreversible injuries.
There has been a slight improvement in Juan Manuel Correa’s condition as his “lungs have gradually recovered”, but he remains in an induced coma.
Formula 2 racer Juan Manuel Correa remains in an induced coma, but his family have reported slight improvements in his condition.
Juan Manuel Correa, who was involved in the fatal crash that killed Anthoine Hubert at Spa, is in Intensive Care in a “critical but stable condition” says his family.
Juan Manuel Correa has been transferred to the UK to continue his recovery from the horror crash at Spa, remaining in intensive care.
A further update on Juan Manuel Correa’s condition has been provided following the horrific crash in the F2 feature race at Spa.
Juan Manuel Correa, who suffered leg fractures and a spinal injury in Saturday’s fatal F2 crash, will remain in intensive care for a further 24 hours before beginning his recovery.