British racing driver Katherine Legge will have surgery on a broken left leg after a crash in testing before this weekend's European Le Mans Series.
Legge's car hit a guard rail after crashing out at a corner.
A statement from organisers confirmed the 40-year-old had also broken her right wrist and was transferred by helicopter to a hospital in Toulon.
"Big thank you to everyone who had a part in looking after me," Legge posted on social media.
"I really do appreciate all your work and efforts to get me out and as comfortable as possible.
"I will have surgery in a few hours on my left leg and will update you all after."
Legge was competing alongside Sophia Florsch and Tatiana Calderon in the all-female Richard Mille Racing team at the event in France.
The season opener - delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic - takes place at the Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet on Sunday.