Nico Hulkenberg will get another Formula One chance at the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix after Sergio Perez again tested positive for coronavirus.
Racing Point called on Hulkenberg as a late replacement last week after Perez contracted COVID-19.
Perez completed a week of quarantine and may have got back behind the wheel at Silverstone this weekend if he returned a negative test.
The Mexican's test came back positive, though, so Hulkenberg will be given another chance, having been unable to make the grid last Sunday due to a clutch bolt issue with his car.
Racing Point on Friday revealed Perez is "physically well and recovering" and will continue to follow Public Health England guidance.
Hulkenberg said: "I'm excited to get going again with the team at Silverstone.
"Last weekend, it was a real step into the unknown having been away from the team for a few years – and driving a car I'd never driven before.
"I've learned a lot in the last week about the RP20, and I am ready to apply my experiences to this weekend. Racing at the same track again makes things a bit easier and the team has done a great job in helping me get up to speed.
"I think we can fight for points this weekend, which is definitely my goal. I also want to wish Checo [Perez] all the best in his recovery."
Hulkenberg missed out on an F1 seat for 2020 after he was replaced by Esteban Ocon at Renault.