Ryan Briscoe is getting back into the Panther Racing No. 4 car for Saturday's IndyCar race at Milwaukee.
Briscoe drove the Panther car in the Detroit doubleheader two weeks ago, finishing where he started in both races — 21st and then 13th. The first of Briscoe's seven career IndyCar Series victories came at Milwaukee five years ago.
Oriol Servia made his Panther debut at Texas on Saturday night, where he finished 19th. He is already set to drive the car June 23 at Iowa.
Panther Racing has indicated that it won't name a full-time replacement following the mutual termination of JR Hildebrand's contract after the Indianapolis 500 last month. Hildebrand had five IndyCar starts with one top-10 finish this season.