French street circuit Pau will return to the Formula 3 European Championship in 2014.
F3 skipped the Pau Grand Prix classic in 2013, when it had been scheduled as a round of British F3 before that series was slashed to four rounds.
The event proved highly popular in 2012, when the newly reinstated FIA European championship piggybacked the British round.
Pau is one of a raft of changes to the calendar, which has been expanded to 11 race weekends.
European F3 keeps its commitment to supporting seven rounds of the DTM, with new events at the Hungaroring and Moscow Raceway replacing races at Brands Hatch and Zandvoort.
The Monza opener, where F3 supported the World Touring Car Championship, has made way as the circuit is not on the WTCC schedule in 2014.
Instead, F3 will race with the WTCC at Spa, and adds an Italian round at Imola.
The championship will kick off at Silverstone, supporting the World Endurance Championship round in April.
April 19/20 Silverstone (GB) May 3/4 Hockenheim (D) May 10/11 Pau (F) May 31/June 1 Hungaroring (H) June 21/22 Spa-Francorchamps (B) June 28/29 Norisring (D) July 12/13 Moscow Raceway (RUS) August 2/3 Spielberg (A) August 16/17 Nurburgring (D) October 11/12 Imola (I) October 18/19 Hockenheim (D)