Lewis Hamilton will line-up on the German GP grid even though he is in "a bit of pain" following his qualifying crash.
Second on the timesheets in Q1, a brake disc appeared to fail on Hamilton's car, putting him into a spin.
Slamming into the barriers at the Sachskurve at speed, the Mercedes driver revealed the impact was "something like 30G."
He was taken to the track's medical centre for precautionary checks as he seemed winded and shaken.
He revealed: "I'm in a bit of pain but even if something was broken I'll still be driving tomorrow."
Hamilton will start the German Grand Prix 15th on the grid and determined to make up ground as he chases down pole-sitter...
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