Miracle F3 crash survivor Sophia Florsch insists her confidence is higher than ever as she targets a return to racing before the beginning of March.
The 18-year-old suffered a horror smash at the F3 season finale in Macau last November, which left her needing 11 hours of surgery to fix a broken spine.
Despite many believing she would never race again, Florsch has completely recovered and is already targeting a return to racing within the next two months. bandar ceme
Speaking on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, she said: ‘Physically I’m completely fine. My confidence is even higher than before because I really want to get back in the car.
‘I hope to get back in the car before the beginning of March.’
The crash saw the then 18-year-old fly off the track, catapulting over safety barriers before hurtling backwards into a hut which was housing the media and officials.
With her dad watching from the grandstand, there were initially serious fears over her safety and whether she had survived the impact.
Speaking about the moment it happened, Florsch said: ‘It was the final race in Macau and I had quite a good start. There was a driver in front of me who, after a 1.5km-long straight, braked, and at this moment I wanted to overtake him.