Ferrari Formula 1 driver Kimi Raikkonen says he is no longer in any pain from his massive British Grand Prix crash.
And the Finn has no concerns about his fitness for the next round of the season in Germany this weekend.
Raikkonen had a 47G impact with the barriers on Silverstone's Wellington Straight when he lost control of his Ferrari over a bump as he rejoined following a run-off excursion on the opening lap.
He sat out the following week's F1 test at the same venue, where Ferrari ran Jules Bianchi and Pedro de la Rosa, but said at Hockenheim on Thursday that there were no lasting ill effects.
"I had some pains and it is all fine [now]," said Raikkonen.
"It was actually my ribs. It has gone away now."
The Silverstone crash concluded a tough first half of the 2014 season for Raikkonen, who is currently 12th in the championship - eight places and 68 points behind team-mate Fernando Alonso.
"It has been a difficult year, hopefully it will turn around at some point. It must - it cannot go much longer like this. It is not fun," said the Finn.
"This kind of thing has happened to me before and we always manage to turn it around, so I have a strong belief that it will turn around.
"We have to fix the issues and get them as I want and we can be back where we should be."