Jaime Camara has been told that there is no reason why he cannot get back into the #34 Conquest Racing Dallara-Honda for the second full day of practice for the Indianapolis 500 following his accident on Monday.

Having passed the mandatory rookie orientation programme on Opening Day, the Brazilian spun entering turn one and made moderate contact with the SAFER barriers. Although he managed to extricate himself from the damaged Conquest Racing Dallara-Honda, he later complained of back pain, and was taken to the medical centre - and later Indianapolis Methodist Hospital - for checks.

Having been advised to sit out the first day with the full field on track, senior medical director Dr Mike Olingerhas told Camara that he has been cleared to drive following a re-evaluation at the Clarian Emergency Medical Centre.