Juan Manuel Correa believes the FIA’s report into last year’s fatal Formula 2 accident in Belgium has raised more questions than answers.
Correa suffered multiple leg fractures and life-threatening lung injuries, spending time in a coma, following the high-speed accident at Spa-Francorchamps last August.
Renault junior Anthoine Hubert was killed in the accident.
Correa is currently recuperating in Miami after undergoing several operations since the accident, including a 17-hour surgery to address his serious leg injuries, opting against amputation.
On Friday the FIA made public its findings, following an investigation, in which it cleared all drivers and officials of any wrongdoing, while providing details of how the multi-car accident unfolded.
But Correa, who was part of Alfa Romeo’s F1 development squad in 2019, says there are still elements of the situation that he needs to understand, reckoning a more detailed report has not been made available.
“Last Friday the FIA announced that they had concluded their investigation into the accident that took place on August 31st at Spa-Francorchamps and released a summary of their findings,” Correa posted on Instagram.
“FIA’s Safety Department spent more than five months conducting this investigation but for me their summary raises more questions than it provides answers.
“In addition, I find it surprising that the full and complete accident report has not been made available to me, so that I might have a clearer understanding of the conclusions reached by the FIA.
“On August 31 2019, my friend and fellow driver lost his life, a family lost a loved one, and I suffered severe injuries.
“We cannot change the past, but perhaps all this pain and sacrifice can have some meaning if it serves to make our sport safer.
“As a result I will continue to work with my legal team to obtain a copy of the full Accident Report.
“I hope to be in a position to comment further once the Report has been made available to me, and when I have a clearer insight into the conclusions reached by the FIA and the safety improvements that it intends to bring about.”