German teenager Sophia Floersch has suffered a spinal fracture in a terrifying 270km/h crash at the Formula 3 street race at Macau.
Sophia, who is only 17-years-old, lost control of her auto as she sped towards a tight corner and slammed into a wall.
Japanese driver Sho Tsuboi was also involved in the crash and taken to hospital, along with two photographers and a race marshal.
Floersch herself then took to Twitter to provide an update on her condition, remarkably declaring herself "fine".
Floersch, who just moved up to Formula 3 from Formula 4 in 2018, tweeted she is "fine" and will have surgery Monday. Thanks to the @fia and @hwaag_official @MercedesAMGF1 who are taking great care of me.
'A serious incident has occured on Lap 4 of the 2018 FIA F3 World Cup at Macau involving vehicle #25 Sophia Florsch (GER),' an FIA statement read an hour after the incident.
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Two photographers and a race marshal are also in hospital as a result of the crash. Another photographer, Chan Weng Wang, has a liver laceration.
There are reports Florsch fractured her spinal cord in the incident.
The medical reports said the marshal, Chan Cha-in, had a laceration of the face, an abrasion of the upper abdomen wall and a right maxillary bone fracture, but no neurological deficiency.
'All were conscious during transit to the hospital and are now receiving medical treatment.
After a 40-minute delay for repairs to the barriers, the race was resumed and Britain's Dan Dicktum won the F3 World Cup for the second straight year, having led from start to finish.
"I hope everybody's OK after this crash, I wish them the best recovery", said European champion Mick Schumacher, the son of stricken F1 legend Michael, according to the Post.