- F3 driver Floersch fractures spine after huge airborne crash
- 'I won't stop her from racing again,' says Floersch's father after horrific crash
Floersch sustained the injury at the street circuit when her car flew off the track and into a photographers' bunker at high speed. Her Van Amersfoort Racing team said on Monday that doctors had ruled out fear of paralysis.
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"I'm going to come back," Floersch said on Facebook.
"I survived the operation which took 11 hours. Hope from now on it only gets better. I have to stay a few more days in Macau until I'm transportable.
"I want to thank all of my fans for every single get-well wishes, which I now start reading. This really motivates me and gives me courage."
Jean Todt, head of governing body International Automobile Federation (FIA), has promised a full investigation into the incident which also left Japanese driver Sho Tsuboi, two photographers and a track marshal injured.
'I won't stop her from racing again,' says Floersch's father after horrific crash