Former Super Aguri driver Anthony Davidson has confirmed that he will be joining BBC Radio 5 Live's Formula One commentary team full-time this season.
The Briton, who made guest appearances for Radio 5 at the British and European Grands Prix last year, will work alongside commentator David Croft and pit lane reporter Holly Samos at all the races.
Davidson had been looking for a return to race action this year following the collapse of Super Aguri, but with no seats left on the grid he has opted to pursue opportunities in commentary.
"Over the last few years as a Formula One driver I've enjoyed being a guest commentator with Radio 5 Live, and I'm looking forward to joining the team for the full season this year as a regular in the commentary box," he explained.
"Commentating gives me the chance to explain what it feels like to drive an F1 car to the limit, and to share the inside view on all of the demands that a driver faces over the weekend."