Paralympic champion and ex-Formulation 1 driver Alex Zanardi’s health has shown “critical clinical enhancements” at some stage in his time in intensive care after a toll road accident in June, doctors remark.
Zanardi, 53, suffered severe head injuries when he lost retain watch over of his handbike in a toll road traipse in Tuscany and crashed into a truck on 19 June.
He underwent three surgical procedures at a Siena health middle, used to be moved to a rehabilitation centre and used to be then transferred to the intensive care unit at the San Raffaele Health middle in Milan a few days later.
The Italian raced in Formulation 1 for Jordan, Minardi, Lotus and Williams in the 1990s and then raced in the Cart Championship in the United States.
He had each and each his legs amputated after a motor racing accident in 2001 at the Lausitzring song in Germany, and has since change into one amongst the correct-identified figures in Paralympic sports activities.
Zanardi gained two gold medals at the 2012 London Paralympic Video games and 4 years later gained two more in Rio de Janeiro.