Marussia F1 test driver Maria de Villota come-back to her home at Spain after the hospital treatment following the team testing crash accident at Duxford.
Spanish test driver Maria De Villota, critically injured in a crash at the start of July, has made “significant progress” in her recovery and returned to Spain.
A Marussia team statement said being back in Spain was the best choice for the next stage of de Villota’s treatment.
“Over the course of the past two weeks, Maria has made significant progress,” it said. “More comfortable and familiar surroundings, plus the support of her wider family and friends, will undoubtedly provide a more conducive environment in which Maria can commence the next phase of her recovery.
“The Marussia F1 team have remained in close contact with the medical team at Addenbrooke’s Hospital since Maria’s admittance and would like to express their gratitude for the remarkable care and attention that she has received there.
The Marussia F1 team – the staff, race drivers Timo Glock and Charles Pic, and all those associated with the team – wish Maria well with the next stage of her recovery. The management team will continue to liaise closely with Maria and her family and provide any assistance possible during the coming months.”
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