Portuguese A1GP racer Filipe Albuquerque will return to his former team, Epsilon-Euskadi, for the remaining two Formula Renault 3.5 rounds of the season.
He will take the seat of Brazilian Mario Romancini, alongside team regular Alexandre Marsoin, at Estoril and Barcelona.
The change follows a trying season to date for the Epsilon team, who have had to contend with the challenge of developing a new generation Dallara car with two rookies.
Looking forward to his home race, Albuquerque said: "I had the invitation from (team boss) Joan Villadelprat. I asked for permission from A1GP Team Portugal to do it and as there are no clashes with A1GP, they said 'okay.'
"The hardest part of it is that I haven't driven since May when I was last in the A1GP car."
Albuquerque finished fourth in the series' standings with the Basque squad in 2007, claiming one victory at the Hungaroring.
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