Paul di Resta will return to Formula 1 action for Force India at this weekend's European Grand Prix at Valencia, after sitting out the last three events.
The Scotsman had been expected to take part in most Friday morning sessions this year as the team evaluates his potential for a race seat with it in 2011.
He was always due to sit out Monaco, because of the need for race drivers to get as much track time as possible, but the introduction of Force India's F-duct in Turkey forced a change to plans.
With Vitantonio Liuzzi and Adrian Sutil needing to optimize the system to their liking, Force India decided it best that di Resta remain on the sidelines for the Istanbul and Montreal races. However, with the F-duct now working well, di Resta will return for the first free practice session in Valencia, standing in for Sutil because Liuzzi has never driven the track before.
Di Resta will continue driving at the British Grand Prix, too, where he stand in for Liuzzi during the FP1.