Former Renault Formula 1 development driver Ben Hanley will make his World Endurance Championship debut early, at Spa next month.
The Briton, who ended a five-year absence from circuit racing last year, will replace the injured Matthieu Vaxiviere in TDS Racing's LMP2 ORECA-Gibson 07.
Vaxiviere, who made his WEC debut earlier this month at Silverstone, will be unable to contest the Spa race after he fractured his right foot.
Hanley will step in to partner Francois Perrodo and Emmanuel Collard.
The 32-year-old had already locked a 2017 Le Mans 24 Hours drive in LMP2 with DragonSpeed - with whom he races in the European Le Mans Series - alongside Felix Rosenqvist and Henrik Hedman.
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