Posted Apr 19 2017 - 02:58 PM
In the last few days I regularly read in my newsfeed about this British F4 driver.
Last week he suffered an humongously terrifying crash in which he crashed into the rear a very slow going car at full speed.
An accident he could do little about.
So today the news came out that both his lower legs had to amputated.
A fundraiser has been made to support the family and help with funds for the treatment.
The aim is to get £260'000. It's the first day of the fundraiser and they already close to reaching the goal (at 23.00 CET).
Posted Apr 20 2017 - 03:08 AM
I was there on Sunday spectating and a couple of friends were marshalling (fortunately for them not in the Starkeys area). We feared it would be bad news as the extraction from the car took so long (nearly 2 hours). The video is very scary.
Heard a radio interview this morning with a family/team member (I just missed the start so not sure which). They reported he is doing better in hospital and already thinking of how to work a hand clutch!
Posted Apr 20 2017 - 05:25 AM
Hope he can recover as much as possible...
Posted Yesterday, 07:24 AM
Also great to see the motor racing community coming together to help him achieve it
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