David Price Racing have announced Diego Nunes and Michael Herck as their drivers for this year's main GP2 Series.
Both are currently competing in GP2 Asia, with Nunes already part of the DPR line-up having replaced Andy Soucek from Sentul, while Herck drives for FMS International at present.
"We are very pleased to sign both Diego and Michael for the coming season," said team owner David Price.
"They are both young talented drivers, and we'll work together to nurture and develop this talent. Their GP2 Asia Series experience will prepare them for the summer, and alongside this, we start testing with the new car, so that they can be ready for the first race at the end of April.
"In addition, we've completed a refinancing of DPR which enables us to put in place a development programme and investment in resources to take the operation up a level."
Brazilian driver Nunes, who has graduated to GP2 from Italian Formula 3000, said he was pleased to be staying on with DPR after the Asian races. He joined the team from Sentul after switching from Campos.
"DPR has a great history of car racing and I look forward to continuing with them after the Asian Series," he said.
"Andy has shown in Dubai what the car is capable of, and I will try my best to get to know the car quickly. I am grateful to the team for putting their trust in me.
"I hope to justify their choice with some good results in Kuala Lumpur, Bahrain and Dubai before moving on to the European tracks starting in Barcelona in April."
Herck believes DPR are the ideal choice for his first full season of GP2. The 19-year-old Romanian raced in the World Series by Renault last year.
"DPR proved last season that they are highly competitive and I know that they have a strong, highly professional, team," he said. "I'm looking forward to working with them in the coming season."