Mick Schumacher, son of 7 time world champion Michael Schumacher, was released from hospital after a near fatal crash at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in qualifying.
After turning the corner in Turn 12 the HAAS driver crashed at 170 mph into the wall, ripping his car into shreds.
The red flag was waved and personnel were able to airlift Mick Schumacher to hospital where he made a full recovery.
His car was chewed to bits, costing HAAS $1 Million (£762,235) to replace it.
HAAS has confirmed that Mick Schumacher will not take part in Sunday's race.
Mercedes's Lewis Hamilton (Who was shockingly booted after Q1) and former HAAS driver Roman Grosjean (Who's car crashed, went halfway through a barrier, caught on fire, and had his car split into two in the 2020 Bahrain Grand Prix) sent their best wishes.