Sergio Perez has left hospital after his violent accident in Monaco Grand Prix qualifying.
The Sauber driver was kept in for a second night of observation and further checks last night, having sustained concussion in the Q3 crash.
Perez lost control of his Sauber on the exit of the tunnel and hit the right-hand guard rail before slamming side-on into the barriers in the middle of the chicane. Qualifying was stopped for over half an hour while he was carefully extricated by the medical crews.
The Mexican announced this afternoon that he had now been discharged, and thanked fans for their support.
His teammate Kamui Kobayashi went on to give Sauber its best result of the year so far with fifth place in yesterday's race.