Lando Norris has been cleared to race in the Belgian Grand Prix after crashing during a wet qualifying session on Saturday.
Norris spun into the barriers at Raidillon in Q3 and was taken to a local hospital for a precautionary X-ray of his elbow.
McLaren later revealed the 21-year-old has been given the green light to get back behind the wheel at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit on Sunday.
The team posted on Twitter: "Following precautionary checks after an accident during qualifying at the Belgian Grand Prix, Lando Norris has been cleared to compete in the 2021 Belgian Grand Prix by the trackside doctor and FIA medical delegate."
Norris had been quickest in each of the first two segments of qualifying before spinning off at high speed in challenging conditions.
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton will start the first race following the mid-summer break in third place.