Tatiana Calderon will return to the cockpit of a Formula 2 car this weekend in Belgium with Charouz Racing System.
The Colombian driver replaces Cem Bolukbasi at the team and compete the remainder of the 2022 campaign.
Calderon has previous experience at F2 level, racing during the 2019 season with BWT Arden, scoring a best result of 11th at the Feature Race in France.
This year, she was racing in IndyCar with AJ Foyt Enterprises before sponsorship issues cut her season short.
“I’m really excited about my return to the Formula 2 Championship, I still can’t believe I’m back,” Calderon said.
“It’s been a long while since I drove the car, but it is an amazing opportunity which I want to make the most out of.
“I’m very thankful to the Charouz Racing System and I’m really looking forward to this busy triple-header of races and beyond.”
F2 will race three weekends in a row in Belgium, The Netherlands, and Italy, before the season concludes later this year in Abu Dhabi.
Team owner Antonín Charouz added: “We’re very happy to welcome Tatiana. We have been following her for a long time, she’s a very competitive driver and her experience will surely be really valuable for the team.
“This weekend will be very important for us, because we have four rounds left and a demanding triple header ahead, that will require our best effort in order to arrive at Abu Dhabi to close the season on a high.”