Adrian Sutil will be fully fit for his home race in Germany this weekend, after reporting no after effects from his huge crash in qualifying for the British GP.
The Force India driver wrecked his car when he ran off the track at Abbey at Silverstone, although he luckily escaped without any serious injuries. Now, raring to go ahead of the Nurburgring, Sutil says his sights are on scoring his team's first points of the year.
"I'm completely fine now and looking forward to Germany," said Sutil. "Q2 would be very nice and hopefully it would be enough for some points. It's definitely time to get a few.
"Let's see what the other teams have update-wise as I expect maybe one or two to move a bit to the front and we don't have a major update this time round. But we were pretty strong at Silverstone and I expect to be similar in Germany."
Although disappointed not to have scored points so far this year, especially having come so close in China, Sutil believes there are still plenty of positives to take out of Force India's first half to the campaign.
"I think it's been a good season so far," he said. "We have been able to finish a lot of races and in the last two or three events it was possible to go into Q2, which was a big success for us.
"For sure the last race in Silverstone was a bit disappointing as it was an important race with our new updates and we had an incident in qualifying. Without this I think we could have been really close to the points, or even in the points. But overall we are consistently making progress and that's the most important."