Adrian Quaife-Hobbs switches to Rapax for second year in GP2

Adrian Quaife-Hobbs will remain in GP2 for 2014, moving to Rapax for his second year in the series

Adrian Quaife-Hobbs switches to Rapax for second year in GP2

Quaife-Hobbs graduated to GP2 last season after winning the 2012 Auto GP title.

The 23-year-old Briton began his rookie campaign with MP before making a mid-season switch to Hilmer and winning the reverse-grid race at Monza.

He joins team returnee Simon Trummer at Rapax.

"After a successful rookie year in the 2013 GP2 season I am looking forward to returning this season to fight for the championship," said Quaife-Hobbs.

"Together with Rapax I feel we can have a winning season."

Rapax driver Stefano Coletti was a title contender early in 2013, as three wins gave him the championship lead.

But he faded as the season went on and ended up only fifth in the standings.

2014 GP2 line-up so far: Russian Time Mitch Evans Artem Markelov Carlin Julian Leal Racing Engineering Raffaele Marciello DAMS Jolyon Palmer Stephane Richelmi ART Stoffel Vandoorne Takuya Izawa Hilmer Daniel Abt Facu Regalia Rapax Simon Trummer Adrian Quaife-Hobbs Arden Rene Binder Andre Negrao Caterham Alexander Rossi Rio Haryanto MP Daniel de Jong Trident Johnny Cecotto Jr Lazarus Campos Arthur Pic Kimiya Sato 
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