We talked about the fact that Juan Manuel Correa, who combines performance in Formula 3 and the European Le Mans Series, missed the first round of the season of the endurance racing championship at the Paul Ricard circuit due to a foot injury.
On Wednesday, the American driver wrote on social media that he was unable to participate in Imola’s upcoming Formula 3 race due to health problems: “I have made the difficult decision to skip Imola. It is a pity that I cannot go to the start, but after the examination, the doctors consider the risk of worsening the injury to be very high. I will support our ART team from home. I hope to be able to return soon.”
The ART Grand Prix team added that they would not be looking for a replacement for Correa and would only be competing with two cars at Imola.
“We are sorry to inform you that Juan Manuel Correa will miss the second round of Formula 3 at Imola due to injury,” ART said in a statement. – This weekend only two riders are competing for us: Victor Martin and Grégoire Saucy.
We wish Juan Manuel a speedy recovery. See you soon on the track.”
Source: F1 News
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