Formula One team Sauber have announced Italian Antonio Giovinazzi will complete their new-look racing line-up alongside Kimi Raikkonen
Sauber have announced they will continue an engine partnership with Ferrari next season after their deal with Honda fell through.
Swedish driver Marcus Ericsson has been retained by Sauber for the 2017 season. He joined the Swiss team in 2015.
Sauber's announcement ahead of this week's season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix leaves just three seats available on the grid next year.
The identity of Ericsson's team-mate, currently the Brazilian Felipe Nasr, remains unclear while Manor are also yet to determine their line-up for 2017.
"It is great news that I will be racing for another year for the Sauber F1 Team," Ericsson said.
Sauber have announced they will retain Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson for the 2016 Formula One season.
The heavily-backed duo joined the Swiss outfit, currently seventh in the constructors' championship, at the beginning of the campaign, and will continue their partnership into a second year.
Sauber will have to wait until Thursday morning to find out who will be driving for them in this F1 season due to latest ruling