British Touring Car Championship organiser TOCA have confirmed the injuries sustained by Luke Davenport, Jeff Smith and Árón Taylor-Smith in Saturday’s qualifying accident at Croft.
All three drivers suffered huge crashes in the abandoned wet qualifying session at the North Yorkshire circuit, with Smith and Davenport needing to be cut free from their cars.
All three were taken to the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough following the crash.
Davenport is in intensive care in an induced coma, and is in a “serious but stable” condition with “multiple chest injuries, lung damage, broken right leg, broken pelvis, broken right arm and concussion”.
Smith is in a “serious but stable” condition with “multiple chest injuries, extensive shoulder injuries and concussion”.
As reported last night, Taylor-Smith has a fracture to his left leg and concussion. The Irishman was released from hospital on Saturday night.
None of the injuries are immediately life threatening.