Lewis Williamson will race in GP3 for Status GP again this weekend after making his return to the category at Hockenheim.
The former Red Bull driver struck a one-off deal for last weekend's German round, having started the season racing in Formula Renault 3.5 for Arden Caterham.
But after a tricky comeback weekend in Germany, Williamson will join the GP3 grid again for this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix-supporting races.
"It's good to get back in the car," said Williamson, the 2010 McLaren AUTOSPORT BRDC Award winner. "I raced in Hungary with MW Arden last year and we had a very good pre-season test where we were fastest in some of the sessions.
"I'm refocusing for this weekend and hopefully I'll be able to get more time on the track. I'm going to be making a big push to get onto the podium."
Williamson took a best finish of 13th on his GP3 return last weekend, coming in a rain-affected opening race. He was caught up in a first lap crash in race two.