Alpine Formula 1 driver Fernando Alonso will continue his recuperation from a cycling accident at home after being discharged from hospital on Monday.
Alonso was cycling through the town of Lugano, Switzerland on Thursday when he was involved in a collision with a motorist outside of a supermarket car park.
Alonso was taken to hospital by ambulance and diagnosed with an upper jaw fracture.
Medics performed surgery on the injury and concluded that the operation as a success.
He has now left hospital and is expected to be fit in time for the start of the new Formula 1 season.
“After a period of 48 hours observation at hospital in Switzerland, Fernando has now been discharged to continue his recovery at home,” read a short statement from Alpine.
“He will now have a short period of complete rest before progressively resuming training to undertake preparation for the start of the season.”
Alpine is set to unveil its rebranded Formula 1 team in early March ahead of the start of pre-season testing in Bahrain on March 12.
Alonso, 39, is returning to a Formula 1 race seat after a two-year absence.