- F3 driver Floersch fractures spine after huge airborne crash
- 'I won't stop her from racing again,' says Floersch's father after horrific crash
The 17-year-old sustained the injury at the street circuit when her car flew off the track and into a photographers' bunker at high speed.
VIDEO: F3 driver Sophia Floersch survives horrific airborne crash
F3 driver Floersch vows to return after horror crash
And, despite a fractured spine and fears over paralysis, the German underwent successful surgery and has now revealed that she has left hospital.
In a Facebook post, she wrote: "Today I am flying back home. Really happy to see all my family and friends in the next days again.
"I am still overwhelmed by all the support I got from you fans all around the world.
"A big thank you goes to all people in Macau especially the guys in the hospital, Dr. Lau, Dr. Chan, Mr. Lei Wai Seng, Maria Elisa Goncalves, angel Sulanir Goncalves Pacheco and all wonderful nurses."
Floersch has already revealed that she plans to race again and added that she realises how lucky she is.
"I celebrated my 2nd birthday on the 18.11.2018 in Macau," she added.
"Now a new chapter starts and I can’t wait for it to begin."
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