Felipe Massa has spoken for the first time about his accident during qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
The Brazilian, who has today flown home to continue his recovery, says he does not rememebr anything about the accident, but has stressed he is eager to return to racing as soon as possible.
"I don't remember anything and that's why what the doctors did had to be explained to me," said Massa in his first interview since the accident, conducted before flying to Brazil.
"When I saw Rob (Smedley, his race engineer), he asked me if I remembered Rubens, but the last thing I remembered was when I was behind him at the end of my fast lap in Q2, and than it's blank. It's difficult to explain.
"I'm feeling much better now and I want to recover as soon as possible to get back behind the wheel of a Ferrari."
The Brazilian also expressed thanks for all the support he has received the accident.
"First of all I want to thank God," he said. "Then I want to thank the doctors at the race track and at Budapest's AEK hospital, who have done a lot for me, and Dino Altmann, who came with my family from Brazil and who was extraordinary over the last days.
"But I also want to thank everybody who prayed and who wrote to me via my own and Ferrari's website, hoping that everything went well.
"So many people wrote to me, also many who aren't interested in Formula One, but had heard about what happened to me: thank you so much and I want to tell them that I'm praying also for them. I would have done the same if an accident had happened to another driver: I would have prayed for him that everything went well."