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Clos returns to Trident for Asia finale

Dani ClosDani Clos is to return to Trident for the final round of the GP2 Asia season in Bahrain this weekend.

The Spaniard had driven for the team in Abu Dhabi earlier this year, but Adrian Zaugg took the seat for the previous rounds at Sakhir last month, charging to eighth in the first race before colliding with Sergio Perez as they fought for the lead at the start of the sprint race.

Trident has now recalled Clos for the finale, where he will rejoin full-season driver Plamen Kralev.

Clos has already signed for Racing Engineering for this year's main GP2 championship, with the 21-year-old staying on for a second season at the Spanish squad after taking 21st in the 2009 standings and ending the season with a podium in the final round.

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