Johan Halvosen has been medically cleared to return to Formula Virtual racing, and will make his return to the grid in the upcoming Spanish V-Prix.
The Dane has been out of action since Malaysia, where he was involved in a severe collision with Felix Beyer on the start/finish straight, leaving him with a number of injuries and unable to be cleared to race in the subsequent two rounds in Britain and France.
"It's been tough, sitting on the sidelines," Halvosen explained to reporters, "But I want to give big thanks for all the support and well wishes while I was out, from the fans, guys in the paddock, Nick [Forrest] as well especially."
North Star reserve driver Gabriele García received his first two race outings while Halvosen recovered, and impressed many with a clean race in Britain, followed by scoring the team's best result of the season so far with 8th place and 4 points in France.
Halvosen, who previously finished 9th in China for North Star's first points of 2018, also had praise for the Brazilian. "He was fantastic in those two races, it's incredible that he's already scored points with us, and I think it'd be great to race alongside him in the future."
"Currently, though," he concluded, "I'm just really looking forward to getting back in the car and racing again, and picking back up where I left."