Timo Glock is set to return to action for Marussia at the British Grand Prix, after he was forced to withdraw from the European GP on medical grounds last weekend.
The German driver suffered from an intestinal infection in Valencia and, after skipping qualifying to try and help him get fit for the race, he had to miss the grand prix, too. After returning home to recuperate, Glock is hoping to be able to resume full training later this week, and will be ready to drive again at next month's British Grand Prix.
"Generally, I am feeling well again," said Glock, in a statement issued by his management team. "I still feel a bit weak at the knees, but otherwise I am OK.
"It was obviously a pity that I was forced to miss the race in Valencia, but that is the way it goes sometimes. You cannot just ignore such physical signs. I am on my way to a full recovery, and although it will be a few more days before I am allowed to train again."
He added: "I am now looking forward to the upcoming weeks. Included on the program is my home race with my Marussia team, which means it will be a busy and demanding period with lots of events and activities. However, by then I should be totally fit again."