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Updated at 12:15 pm on 6 July 2012
The Spanish Formula One test driver Maria De Villota has lost her right eye and remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital following a crash at Duxford airfield in England.
The 32-year-old, the daughter of former Spanish Formula One driver Emilio De Villota, has undergone extensive surgey for facial and head injuries suffered when her car suddenly accelerated into the back of a truck after completing a test run.
De Villota's helmet took much of the impact.
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