Williams has announced that it will field Alexander Albon and Nicholas Latifi in Formula 1 next season.
It will mark a return to the Formula 1 grid for Albon, who has spent 2021 as Red Bull’s test and reserve driver, and he will take the place of Mercedes-bound George Russell.
Albon raced for Toro Rosso and Red Bull in 2019 and 2020, taking two podiums, but was replaced for 2021 by Sergio Perez.
Latifi, meanwhile, will stay on at Williams for a third successive season.
He scored his maiden points with seventh in Hungary and followed it up with ninth in the rain-shortened race in Belgium.
Albon and Latifi were previously team-mates at DAMS in Formula 2 in 2018.
“I am really excited and looking forward to returning to a Formula 1 race seat in 2022,” said Albon.
“When you take a year out of F1 it’s never certain you will make a return so I’m extremely thankful to Red Bull and Williams for believing in me and helping me on my journey back to the grid.
“It’s also been great to see all the progress Williams have been making as a team this year and I look forward to helping them continue that journey in 2022.
“My focus now returns to my test and reserve driver role at Red Bull and helping the team fight for this year’s world championship.”
Latifi initially joined Williams as test driver for 2019 before stepping up to a race seat for 2020.
“I’m excited to be continuing with Williams for another year; partly because of F1’s new technical regulations, but also because the team is moving in a more competitive direction with new owners, management and people on the technical side,” he said.
“I’ve felt at home here since the day I arrived, and I think I’m in the right place to continue with my positive trajectory. The aim is to continue making little improvements so we can all take advantage of the opportunity we have next year.
“I’m super excited to work with next year’s car and it’s like a fresh start for everybody. I feel privileged to be part of that change.”