Although she suffered an as yet unspecified spinal injury for which she is due to undergo surgery on Monday, 17-year-old German driver Sophia Florsch could count herself fortunate after being involved in a frightening crash during the F3 World Cup final at Macau.
A medical report diagnosed her with a "spinal fracture" but said her vital signs were stable.
Tsuboi, two photographers and one marshal, who were also involved in the accident, were taken conscious to the hospital.
Floersch herself then took to Twitter to provide an update on her condition, remarkably declaring herself "fine".
Her vehicle skidded toward the corner at a high rate of speed before getting airborne and flying into a catchfence on the outside of the corner where photographers and track marshals were stationed.
Two photographers and a race marshal were also transferred to hospital, their status is not known.
The original statement on the FIA website said: "A serious incident has occurred on lap 4 of the 2018 FIA World Cup at Macau involving auto #25 Sophia Florsch (GER)".
The injured marshal, Chan Cha In, suffered a laceration of the face and a fractured jaw.
Japanese photographer Minami Hiroyuki had a concussion, the medical reports said, while local photographer Chan Weng-wang had upper abdomen pain caused by a liver laceration.
Once it was restarted, the race was eventually won by Red Bull junior driver Dan Tickum after a total of eight drivers failed to finish due to various accidents, but it was Floersch's which was the most significant.
One of the Van Amersfoort Racing cars ahead of the race in Macau. "I hope she's really doing well but I've heard that she's fine, which is great".
There was an hour-long stoppage before the race resumed as track workers repaired the catchfence.