PWC: de la Torre released from Hartford Hospital, will rehab in Texas


One of the two drivers injured in a Pirelli World Challenge practice session on May 28 in Lime Rock Park, Jorge de la Torre, has been released from Hartford Hospital and will continue his rehabilitation in his home of Texas.

Aston Martin Racing released a statement on Wednesday updating de la Torre’s condition. That statement reads as follows, below:

“Aston Martin Racing would like to report the updated status of injured driver Jorge de la Torre.

“Jorge has been released from Hartford Hospital and has returned to his home in Texas for the rehabilitation phase. Jorge thanks everyone for their kind thoughts following the Lime Rock Park incident.

“I want to thank everyone for having me in their thoughts and prayers. I also want to thank my race team, fellow drivers, Aston Martin Racing and the Pirelli World Challenge Series for all their support. A special thank you to my parents for supporting me since day one. With the help of physical therapy, I look forward to returning to the series soon.” – Jorge de la Torre.

“Aston Martin Racing continues to have its thoughts with Jorge, Andrew Palmer and the Bentley team.”

Previous medical updates are linked below:

PWC: Jorge de la Torre recovering after surgery to repair fractures
PWC: Andrew Palmer, Jorge de la Torre remain hospitalized in Hartford
PWC: Bentley, Aston Martin confirm Palmer, de la Torre injuries