F2 Juan Manuel Correa condition

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Standing for the first time since his crash :)
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Good to see him making progress. That fixator around his leg looks fairly comprehensive - there must have been a lot of lower leg damage. Fingers crossed he makes a decent recovery.
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I'm really hoping those bones are knitting together

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He is working extremely hard given the big amount of muscle mass he has lost. Motivation and perseverance will be key to recovery.
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When you see the crash footage and both feet exposed out of the monocoque, it's incredible only one was injured.

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Morteza wrote:
Sat Nov 02, 2019 12:05 am
He's back home
https://twitter.com/JMCorrea__/status/1 ... 0849599490
wonderful! And a sweet little dog on his lap can only help :)

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Morteza wrote:
Sat Nov 02, 2019 12:05 am
He's back home
https://twitter.com/JMCorrea__/status/1 ... 0849599490

Great to see him back in Miami. =D> I never expected that so soon.
Thanks for posting Morteza!

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Sophia Flörsch says in her vlog she's going to visit him next week, that'll give him a lift i think. she's back in an F3 car

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izzy wrote:
Sun Nov 03, 2019 11:45 pm
Sophia Flörsch says in her vlog she's going to visit him next week, that'll give him a lift i think. she's back in an F3 car
I have to say, they are one tough generation, surviving those horrendous crashes.
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turbof1 wrote:
Mon Nov 04, 2019 9:27 am
izzy wrote:
Sun Nov 03, 2019 11:45 pm
Sophia Flörsch says in her vlog she's going to visit him next week, that'll give him a lift i think. she's back in an F3 car
I have to say, they are one tough generation, surviving those horrendous crashes.
Yes, you watch the footage of those crashes and wonder how they can ever get back in a racing car

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Agree, but my conclusion is not they´re a tough generation, but how safe are current cars. I thought the same with Kubica crash in Montreal, Alonso in Australia, and even Vestrappen in Monaco (sainte devote). I´m sure any of those crashes would have been fatal 20-30 years ago and they´re alive and in perfect condition only thanks to current safety cells