Bruno Senna says he will be back on track on Saturday with a version of Williams new rear wing after crashing heavily in Friday's second practice.
Senna brought out the red flags on Friday afternoon when the Brazilian lost control through the final chicane and slammed backwards into the 'Wall of Champions'.
The impact sent his FW34 spinning around and he again hit the wall with the front right of the car.
The accident caused severe damage to the car including writing off the new rear wing, which features a notable curve, that Williams were running this weekend.
Senna, though, says he will have another one on his car for Saturday's final practice.
"It was a big shunt," he told Sky Sports.
"Of course I was a bit frustrated; I never got a clear lap and pushed too hard.
"This is the 'Wall of Champions' for a reason; everybody seems to have an issue with that wall.
"Unfortunately it's a big shunt so there's a lot of damage to the car, but these guys are great; they're going to get it sort it and we're going to be back on track tomorrow.
"It was a very unfortunate crash where you crash with the rear first and then with the front but they have plenty of spares and we're going to be back in shape tomorrow."
He added: "We do have another new rear wing to use."