Kurt Busch is set to return behind the wheel of the #51 Phoenix Racing Chevrolet this weekend at Michigan, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team has confirmed.
Following a one-week suspension after verbally abusing a journalist at Dover while being on probation, the 2004 Cup champion will rejoin his team, having met with it on Tuesday.
Phoenix Racing is currently seeking a sponsor, while team owner James Finch had expressed concern about the outfit's relationship with its driver given recent events.
The team released a statement confirming Busch will continue to drive for it from Michigan onwards, although some "adjustments" will be necessary, it says.
"We have met with Kurt," said Finch in the statement. "At the end of the day, we are racers so we're going racing together with Kurt and the #51 Phoenix Racing Chevrolet.
"We know adjustments have to be made but how we fix that is between Kurt and myself. We're going to go to the track, work hard, race hard and work on trying to attract a sponsor and we're going to do that together."
Having served his one-week suspension, the former Penske driver remains on probation until the end of the year, as part of the penalty for his latest incident at Dover.
Besides driving in Cup, Busch is also listed as the driver of Kyle Busch Motorsports' #54 Toyota in Saturday's Nationwide Series event at Michigan.