Bianchi has suffered a traumatic brain injury and remains in a critical but stable condition.
French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi suffered a traumatic brain injury in his Japanese Grand Prix crash and remains in a critical but stable condition, his family announced on Tuesday.
In a statement released by Marussia, they expressed their appreciation for all the support from around the world and that the 25-year-old had suffered a “diffuse axonal injury”.
“The medical professionals at the hospital are providing the very best treatment and care and we are grateful for everything they have done for Jules since his accident,” the family said.
“The hospital will continue to monitor and treat Jules and further medical updates will be provided when appropriate.”
Bianchi aquaplaned at high speed during Sunday’s race and crashed into a tractor that had been deployed to recover the damaged Sauber of Adrian Sutil.