The Dutch driver of GP2 Daniel de Jong, recovering from surgery following the accident at Spa-Francorchamps last August 23, began in Formula Medicine his rehabilitation phase to plan his return to racing.
Daniel has been prepared an intensive program personalized, lasting about six hours a day, including both physical and mental treatments.
The goal of this first phase of convalescence, which is also the most delicate, is in fact aimed at not losing or muscle tone nor the qualities of attention and concentration that characterize a pilot in full swing. This preliminary work will facilitate the final phase dedicated to recovered the maximum potential psycho-physical.
Throughout the rehabilitation phase will be supervised by three doctors with extensive experience in the automobile world, Riccardo Ceccarelli, founder of Formula Medicine, Marco Cupisti, doctor of F1 and with vast experience in the field of wheel covers, and Vito Maiolino, the surgeon who operated a very young Robert Kubica when he was in F3 allowing him to return to racing in a short time after a serious accident that risked compromettergli career.