Stephane Sarrazin will return to the Intercontinental Rally Challenge for the Ypres Rally next weekend.
The factory Peugeot racer, who retired from the lead of last weekend's Le Mans 24 Hours, finished fourth in the IRC-opening Monte Carlo Rally in January. He will once again drive a Peugeot 207 Super 2000, run by PH Sport and Kronos Racing.
"I've been concentrating on Le Mans recently so I've not had chance to think about it, but I always enjoying driving rally cars so I'm excited," said Sarrazin.
Sarrazin has become an asphalt specialist since taking up rallying in 2004. He was a stage winner at the Monte Carlo this year and finished third in last year's event.