Lewis Williamson will complete the remainder of the GP3 season with Status GP.
The former Red Bull junior driver made his return to the category with Status at Hockenheim in what was originally a one-off deal, and he raced for the team again a week later in Hungary.
Now it has been confirmed that he will stay with the squad for this weekend's Spa round and the following weekend's season finale at Monza.
"It's great for me to get the chance to be back in a car for the last two rounds," said Williamson, who took two points finishes in Hungary.
"My opportunity with the team only came at the last minute for Germany and Hungary, but by the last race we were really building up and getting back into it.
"I've been working with the team through the break - they are a really good bunch of guys who are fun to be with."
Williamson, who was dropped by Red Bull after just three rounds of the Formula Renault 3.5 season, has already raced at Spa this year, where he took the chequered flag first in a bizarre race in wet conditions.
Status GP commercial director Tim Scott added: "Lewis brought a lot to the team in Germany and Hungary. We're all very keen to build on that over the last couple of rounds."
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