World Sports Director, Jean Todt, promised to investigate the terrible air crash in the Formula 3 Grand Prix, which left 17-year-old German driver Sophia Floresch with a spinal fracture.
Plorsch leapt out of the runway into a photographers' bunker after hitting the back of one car and driving past another while driving more than 275 miles per hour on the narrow street.
The boy was aware when taken to the hospital and then squeaked that she was "OK" and would undergo surgery on Monday.
"After the difficult incident today Macao FIA is recruited to help those involved and analyze what happened," tweet Todd, president of the International Federation Motorsport (FIA).
"We will monitor the situation and make the necessary conclusions."
Japanese driver Show Tsuboi, who was hit by the flu after the initial injury, was also taken to the hospital to complain of back pain, but Macau's organizing committee Grand Prix said he was released after treatment.
The chief medical officer of the event, Dr. Chen Wai Sin, said that two photographers and one Marshal were also injured in the crash and taken to hospital for treatment.
Floresch competes in its first season in the F3 series. She was in 15th place when the accident happened on four knees.
Michael Schumacher, the son of Formula One, Michael Schumacher, who participated in the race, chirped: "Our thought is with SophiaFleorch and the others who have been injured, we hope for the best."
According to Chinese driver Guan Yu Zhou, driving behind Floersch, there were yellow warning lamps on the straight just before the accident, which he says appears to be a "corporate error."
"Sophia was very close to Jeanne Druvala, and when he stopped early she did not have time to respond," he said.
Crashes are frequent at the Macau Grand Prix which this year, in its 65th edition, hosted six car and motorcycle races at 6.2 km Guia Circuit across the streets of the island.
Last year, British motorcyclist Daniel Hagerty died after being hit at the safety barrier during a race, the eighth rider who has lost his life in a circle since 1973.
Three motorcycle riders were taken to hospital after crashes this week with Andrew David Dodge UK requiring a metal rod to be inserted into his spine after an actual crash.
A storm came from England in the Isle of Man where 270 motorcyclists were killed in a competition over TT's circuits in the island during the past 120 years.