BMW Sauber driver Robert Kubica has passed a medical following his massive crash in the Canadian Grand Prix and will return this weekend in France.
Kubica emerged virtually unscathed from his 180mph accident
"I'm 100% fit," said the 22-year-old driver, who missed the US Grand Prix after the 180mph crash on 10 June.
"I'm looking forward to this race and happy that I missed only Indianapolis."
Kubica was replaced at Indianapolis by 19-year-old German Sebastian Vettel, who scored a point on his debut, but now reverts to test and reserve driver.
Kubica suffered mild concussion and a sprained ankle when his car ploughed head-on into a wall in Canada.
He was lucky to escape without further injury, especially as his feet could be seen through the sheared off front end of the vehicle.
Kubica added: "Although I wasn't allowed to test (at Silverstone last week), I've used the time to focus intensively on preparing for the next race.
"Now I can't wait to get back into the car."