A Formula One Team whose car was involved in a crash on Duxford Airfield has completed a detailed investigation into the accident.
Maria De Vilotta was testing the Marussia F1 Team car in a straight-line speed test at the Cambridgeshire airfield earlier this month when the vehicle was involved in a collision.
De Vilotta suffered serious head and facial injuries in the crash and underwent surgery at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. The team later confirmed that she lost the use of her right eye. She is recovering in hospital.
Now the team have revealed the results of a detailed forensic investigation carried out by an independent external agency.
The Team’s findings have been shared with the Health & Safety Executive (HSE), the independent UK regulator which acts in the public interest in respect of work-related accidents.