Formula Renault 3.5 frontrunner Esteban Guerrieri will return to Superleague Formula for the season finale at Navarra this weekend.
The 25-year-old Argentinean drove for various Superleague teams in 2009, winning with Al Ain at Zolder and Olympiacos at Estoril, but has not raced in the series since the end of last year. He will drive for PSV Eindhoven in Spain, taking the seat occupied by Earl Bamber in Beijing.
In other changes, Giacomo Ricci vacates the Galatasaray car in favor of series returnee Celso Miguez, while Maxi Cortes also returns to Superleague to replace Julien Jousse at AS Roma, and Atletico Madrid's Maria de Villota makes her comeback after recovering from a neck injury.
Five teams are still in with a chance of the 2010 Superleague title going into this weekend's decider, with RSC Anderlecht and driver Davide Rigon seven points ahead of FC Basel (Max Wissel), and Tottenham Hotspur (Craig Dolby), Olympiacos (Ben Hanley) and AC Milan (Yelmer Buurman) also in the hunt.