Sean Gelael will return to Formula 2 racing in Hungary after pulling out of the races at Silverstone on short notice.
Gelael was penalised after practice following a coming together with Louis Deletraz early on in session, despite Deletraz believing it to be a racing incident.
Gelael left the circuit and didn't compete in the following two races, with Formula 2 boss Bruno Michel later stating that he "fully understands" the Indonesian driver's frustration.
After his two-race absence, Gelael will be pack in the Prema seat alongside teammate Mick Schumacher in Hungary for the eighth round of the season.
The 22-year-old made his first appearance in Formula 2 in 2015 at the Hungaroring when the series was then known as GP2.
Gelael currently sits 16th in the drivers' standings with 11 points, picking up three point-scoring finishes so far this year.