Anthoine Hubert will continue to race for ART Grand Prix in the 2018 GP3 season as he embarks on a second campaign in the series.

Hubert joins the French outfit’s other competitors Jake Hughes, Callum Ilott and Nikita Mazepin to complete its line-up and is the only driver remaining from its 2017 squad.

He finished fourth in the drivers’ championship last season behind former team-mates George Russell, Jack Aitken and Nirei Fukuzumi.

His best result was second in the Silverstone feature race, the first of four podiums he collected.

“After a decisive integration within the team in 2017 but a feeling of unfinished business, I’m keen to capitalise on the experience gained last year with ART in 2018,” Hubert said.

“This year, my goal will be to win the championship.”

Team manager Sebastien Philippe added that knowledge of most tracks on the calendar will assist Hubert to potentially break his winless streak in 2018.

“Anthoine had a significant first year for a talented and dedicated driver who now has all the assets needed to put his name on the list of GP3 winners,” he said.

“He knows the circuits, he has experience of the car and works well within the team.

“He has had high praise from experienced drivers in 2017 and this year will be one for title contenders with ART with the ambition to keep both crowns.”