Pippa Mann has been released from hospital following treatment to injuries sustained in the 15-car Las Vegas crash that killed Dan Wheldon.
The Rahal Letterman Lanigan driver was launched over the back of the cars of Paul Tracy and Thomas Scheckter; her car catching fire as it somersaulted through the air and leaving her with burns to her right hand.
The 28-year-old Briton was taken to University Medical Centre in Las Vegas and subsequently released after surgery.
A statement from the Rahal Letterman Langian team read: "Pippa Mann had surgery last night to clean and assess a severe burn injury to the little finger of her right hand after the accident in yesterday's IZOD Indy Car World Championships in Las Vegas.
"She is being released from the University Medical Center in Las Vegas this morning.
"She will need a subsequent surgery in 2-3 weeks to fully repair the injury but is expected to make a full recovery."