The World Superbike Championship begins this weekend at Silverstone in Northamptonshire.
Derbyshire's Leon Haslam says he's looking forward to taking part after missing his home race at Donington Park earlier in the season through injury.
Around 20,000 people are expected at the event.
World Superbike rider Leon Haslam has passed a fitness test, meaning he will compete at Donington Park this weekend - despite breaking his leg just three weeks ago.
The Derbyshire rider, who rides for the Pata Honda team, said on the team's website:
"It's just over three weeks since I broke my leg at Assen and, while that might not seem very long, it feels like ages to me. Since the operation to pin the leg, I've been doing everything I can to get it ready to get back on the bike."
Pata Honda rider Leon Haslam talks about the moment he broke one of his legs during a free practice. It means he will not be racing in two weeks in Monza in Italy.