American driver Conor Daly will be back in action this weekend in GP2 for the final round of the 2014 season at Abu Dhabi.

Daly was forced to sit out the previous two weekends at Monza and Sochi in favour of Sergio Campana, but he confirmed on Wednesday that he would be back driving for Venezuela GP Lazarus again this weekend.

"Lazarus is a great group of guys who believe in me and I was so glad to get the call to come to Abu Dhabi," said the 22-year-old from Indianapolis, the son of Irish former F1 and Champ Car driver Derek Daly. "I know the track well and am ready to race.

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"This weekend will finish off four seasons of racing in Europe for me and I could not have had a better training ground in preparation for the rest of my career," he added.

It's also been announced that Canadian driver Nicholas Latifi will take over form Daniel Abt at Hilmer Motorsports, after the German opted to compete instead for the Audi Sport ABT Formula E team in Putrajaya, Malaysia on the same day as the GP2 season finale in Abu Dhabi.

Latifi has been busy this season with outings in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship with Prema Powerteam, the Formula Renault 3.5 Series with Tech 1 Racing, the GB Porsche Carrera Cup and the Florida Winter Series, as well as clinching fifth place in the Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix last weekend with SJM Theodore Racing.

In addition, it was also confirmed that newly crowned GP2 champion Jolyon Palmer would be taking part in next week's F1 post-season test session at the Yas Marina Circuit, courtesy of the Sahara Force India squad.

"I'm pleased that we can conclude our season by giving Jolyon his first taste of F1," said Force India team principal Dr Vijay Mallya. "I have been following Jolyon's progress this season in GP2 and he is clearly a big talent that deserves a chance in F1."