"The news now is all-good, John's surgeon identified the issues and has done an incredible job in returning the stability John's knuckle and finger needed. John's very excited by the progress he's made and we can now look forward to him being physically much better prepared for the Silverstone round.
"He took the lap record there at the World Superbike round we attended earlier this year. We think he'll now be able to continue with that kind of pace. We can expect to be very competitive."
Hopkins, aiming to become the first American to win the BSB crown, will start the Silverstone event with a three-point lead over Swan Yamaha's Tommy Hill.