Ferrari have confirmed that Kimi Raikkonen will recover from the crash with ended his British Grand Prix after just two laps in time to race in the German Grand Prix in Hockenheimring.
Raikkonen limped away from the incident just two laps into the race at Silverstone, after losing control of his F14 upon re-entering the track before hitting the steel barriers on the side of the circuit at an estimated 47G and almost colliding with Williams' Felipe Massa.
The 34 year old was taken to the medical centre for a check-up and though due to appear on Wednesday of this week's two-day test at Silverstone the 2007 world champion will rest his bruised legs and ankles in order to be fit for the German Grand Prix on 20 July.
Jules Bianchi, from Ferrari's sister team Marussia who finished 14th on Sunday, will replace Raikkonen for the test on Wednesday with Fernando Alonso, who finished sixth despite qualifying in 16th, expected to take to the F14 on Tuesday.
Ferrari team boss Marco Mattiacci said: "The most important news right now is that Kimi is alright, even though the impact with the barriers was a heavy one. He has some bruising and will now be resting to be in shape for the next race."
Raikkonen added on Sunday: "Unfortunately, my race today ended on the first lap, after I had managed to get away well, making up enough ground to be fighting for eleventh place. At turn 5, I went off the track and while trying to get back on, I must have hit a kerb.
"I then lost control of the car and ended in the barriers. It's a real shame because yesterday, the feeling I had on track had improved and I was determined to do my utmost to bring home some points.
"I am really very disappointed with how things went today, but now I want to put this incident behind me and just concentrate on the next race in Germany."
Meanwhile, Mercedes have confirmed that both world championship leader Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton will be involved across the two testing days this week.