The Motor Sports Association (MSA) is investigating today's incident during an F4 British Championship round at Donington Park, which left a competitor seriously injured.
The governing body is working with the event organising club and other relevant parties to establish precisely what happened on this occasion. The MSA is concerned for the injured competitor – and a second competitor involved in the incident – and offers its very best wishes for a successful recovery.
The MSA will be making no further statement at this time.
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