2009 HUNGARY GP: MASSA IS STABLE, WITH CHANCE TO DRIVE THE RACE

Felipe Massa has been airlifted to a nearby hospital in a 'stable' condition following his big accident in qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

The Brazilian's car was struck by debris on the run into Turn 4, possibly from Rubens Barrichello's car, and his car plunged straight off the track at full throttle and head first into the wall.

Massa was removed from the car and taken to the track's medical centre, before being flown by helicopter. Television footage showed that was he was moving after the accident. If medical test show he is ok, he will drive in race tommorow.

UPDATE: MASSA WILL NOT DRIVE IN TOMMOROW RACE, HE IS OK BUT NEED REST.