The good news keeps coming from Japan. Although the information is dribbles, the family of Gino Rea (London, 32 years old) has once again updated the condition of the driver who, after hitting the protections in the second free practice of the Suzuka 8 Hours, is still “stable”. Just a few days ago, information from “serious injuries to the head and collarbone” of the British, but his strength still wins the battle. Life seems to give her a new opportunity and, despite the fact that Rea continues to fight, It already shows “signs of recovery” in the last few hours.
With the entire world of motorcycling on edge, pending his condition, the family shares a new medical report on their social networks, although more concise than last Tuesday: “We would like to send a quick update regarding Gino’s current condition . The CT scan results showed signs of recovery with reduced swelling. He is in a stable condition and is recovering from the usual side effects of such trauma. We hope for a speedy recovery of Gino, since we all know that it is capable of doing it. Thanks for the support”.
Despite “signs of recovery”, Gino Rea’s condition remains delicate. The pilot remains sedated, hoping that the brain swelling continues to subside. The idea is to lower the sedation as soon as the pilot’s stability allows it. and wait for the British to react after being unconscious last Saturday after the accident, where his helmet was completely destroyed.