Haas driver Mick Schumacher has confirmed that he is feeling "ok" following a scary accident that resulted in him being airlifted to a local Jeddah hospital.
Schumacher crashed hard during qualifying for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix at a high-speed section of the Corniche Circuit.
The incident left him requiring removal from his car by the medical team, before being loaded into the back of an ambulance and taken to the Medical Centre.
From there, Schumacher was flown to a nearby hospital to undergo further checks, but he has now been released.
Schumacher speaks out after horror crash
Posting on social media, Schumacher has assured fans that he is "ok" following the crash and has thanked them for their kind messages.
He added that his Haas car "felt great" during the qualifying session and has vowed to "come back stronger".
The post included a picture of Schumacher appearing well.
Only one Haas on the grid on Sunday
Despite qualifying ahead of Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton, Schumacher will play no part in tomorrow's Saudi Arabian GP, with Haas having already withdrawn both the driver and his car from the event.
Schumacher will now have two weeks to prepare for the Australian GP, which is set to take place from 8-10 April.
Kevin Magnussen will race as the only Haas driver on track on Sunday.
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