Red Bull junior driver Daniil Kvyat will remain with Carlin for the remainder of Formula 3 European Championship, dovetailing the drive with his GP3 campaign.
The 19-year-old Russian made his F3 debut at Hockenheim, on what was initially a one-off basis, and took a surprise pole position for the final race of the weekend.
He has now decided to contest the remaining seven rounds of the championship, starting with Brands Hatch this weekend.
"Its great news that I get to do the rest of the championship," said Kvyat.
"I really like the series and the first race was a great experience and gave me reason to do the rest of the season.
"I think it will help me develop as a driver, because the F3 car is great to drive, F3 is a very competitive series and I'm doing it with a competitive team which will give me an advantage.
"I'm going to be fighting for the high places, this is my goal."
Kvyat will compete as a guest entrant - as he did at Hockenheim - and will therefore not be able to score points in either the drivers' or teams' championship.
Team boss Trevor Carlin added: "We're delighted that Helmut Marko and the Red Bull Junior programme are continuing our successful relationship which stretches back to 2006.
"Dany was extremely impressive in his first weekend of F3 and I know both he and the team are very keen to build on that further with the benefit of a little more time and experience."
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