Formula One driver Felipe Massa is back in his native Brazil, flying in from Hungary where he had surgery for serious head injuries.
The 28-year-old landed in Sao Paulo on a private jet, accompanied by wife Rafaela and his doctor, and was then flown by helicopter to the city's Albert Einstein Hospital.
He was struck by a suspension spring which had worked its way off Rubens Barrichello's
Brawn GP car, crashing his Ferrari into a tire barrier during a qualifying lap in Budapest on June 25.
Massa says he woke up in hospital two days later and remembers nothing of the accident.
He says he's feeling a lot better and he wants to recover as soon as possible to get back behind the wheel.