The 22-year-old had been set to make his first foray into endurance racing with Prema’s one-car LMP2 entry, but will miss next weekend’s event in Le Castellet because of the metatarsal fracture.
Correa, who also drives for ART Grand Prix in FIA Formula 3, will also be forced to sit out next weekend’s F3 in-season test in Barcelona.
In a video posted to social media on Friday evening, Correa revealed the “pretty bad news” and showed that he was back wearing a medical boot and on crutches.
Speaking on Friday, Correa said: “I have a metatarsal fracture in my left foot. As most of you know, a few weeks ago in Bahrain during the race, I started getting this very sharp pain in my left foot.
“We got it checked out, seemed like it was just some tendon inflammation, and got some rest over the past few weeks, but a few days ago in the Jerez test, the pain came back.
“We did an MRI scan last night, got the results today, and there is indeed a stress fracture there.
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