Kevin Magnussen has returned to Formula 1® after signing a multi-year deal with Haas for 2022, replacing outgoing Russian driver Nikita Mazepin.
The American-owned team parted ways with Mazepin ahead of the season following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Magnussen is back in F1® having left Haas at the end of the 2020 season after four years with the team. He has also previously driven for McLaren and Renault.
The Dane has since participated in sportscars and IndyCar in the United States, and had been about to join Peugeot's World Endurance Championship squad before the call came to return to Haas.
Magnussen joins up with the team's other driver, Mick Schumacher, son of German great Michael Schumacher.
Mazepin spoke to the media on Wednesday, four days after his sacking was announced by Haas, and he described that ousting as "an injustice".
Haas also cut the sponsorship link with Uralkali with immediate effect, leading to a demand on Wednesday from the Russian firm for reimbursement of funds it had invested ahead of the new season.
The Russian Grand Prix for 2022 has been cancelled, with F1® announcing this week it has terminated its deal for future races in the country.