Simona de Silvestro has been cleared to take part in today's Milwaukee IndyCar race following her heavy crash in Saturday's qualifying session.
The HVM driver had a double impact with the wall after spinning at Turn 4 on her qualifying run. She was awake and alert, but complained of stiffness so was taken to Froedert Medical Centre for further tests and observation.
De Silvestro was released with a clean bill of health on Saturday night, and received clearance to drive again from the IndyCar medical team this morning.
HVM has rebuilt her car overnight ready for de Silvestro to take the start from the back of the grid.
The Milwaukee qualifying incident came just a month after a horrifying practice crash at Indianapolis that left de Silvestro with burns to her hands, after a mechanical failure sent her car into an aerial accident that ended with the HVM Dallara-Honda upside down and on fire.