F2 / F3
Sunday, November 18, 2018, 09:21
author : Strommer Benjamin
A 17-year-old German driver escaped the Lisboa bend and crossed the defensive line into the building in Formula 3. Five people, including two riders, were transferred to the hospital.
The accident occurred in the first round of the Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix and there were accidents other than Sophia Flörsch, Jehan Daruvala and Shubo Tsuboi. There was no replay on the show about what happened to the racers. In the bend of Lisboa, Flörsch's car was off track for a few meters. The snapshot showed that the car crossed the defensive line and stopped in the middle of the rubber pad. The background of the building erected for the photographer shows where the car crashed. There were many archers nearby.
A red flag comes out. In the background you can see Sophia Flörsch's Van Amersfoort racing car flying into Lisboa. Beloved Lord, I hope she is ok. # FIAF3WorldCup #MacauGP pic.twitter.com/MjviH692xl
– Vincent Bruins (@ VincentJBruins) November 18, 2018
Later, he saw a video in the auditorium, saw Flörsch's car swing at great speed, and Tsuboin flew into the building. Our hard-working readers can see it here.
The race led by Dan Ticktum was sealed with a red flag. There is no news about Flörsch's continuity and status. We are constantly updating our articles.
Update 9:55 am: According to the news from the stadium, Flörsch team Van Amersfoort Racing said the racers were "good". The organizer resumes the tournament after a long stay.
Updated at 10:05 am In the official aspect of the FIA, he made a brief statement. "A major incident occurred in Macao's 2018 FIA F3 World Cup 4, Sofia Floresh (GER) # 25. The medical team finished the test and the driver recognized it and moved it to the hospital for further testing."
Updated at 10:15 pm According to Canal Plus, at least four people, including three photographers and one camera operator, are in a state of cruelty.
Updated at 11 o'clock According to the organizers, five injured were transferred to the hospital.
"Five people participated in the Lisboa Bend accident, all of whom were admitted to the hospital and knew they were being treated: two riders, two photographers and a trainer, and more news as soon as they arrive." (Information was sent to the army by the tournament organizing committee that Prima posted on Twitter.)
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