Anthoine Hubert: Formula 2 driver Juan Manuel Correa moved to intensive care in UK

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Formula 2 driver Juan Manuel Correa – hurt in the accident that killed French motorist Anthoine Hubert past Saturday – was moved to intensive care from Britain.
20, correa, suffered a spinal injury and broken legs throughout the support race for the Formula 1 race.
The American subsequently experienced a performance in Liege.
“He will continue his recovery in the care of a specialist group,” said an announcement from his Sauber Junior team.
Hubert, who was 22, endured a massive impact in the Spa-Francorchamps circuit, in the car, which was travelling at about 170mph of Correa.
The Frenchman was shot into the centre following the episode, and died shortly after.
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