Chevrolet will retain their driver line-up for a fourth consecutive season in the World Touring Car Championship, the team announced on Monday.
Alain Menu, Nicola Larini, and Rob Huff will all stay with the team they joined in 2005, following Chevrolet's most competitive season yet last year.
Chevrolet's motorsport director Eric Neve said: "We are convinced that having Alain, Nicola and Rob on board again in 2008 will be one of the cornerstones of our next year's success.
"The decision about your driver line-up is never easy, which is the reason why we took our time before making that important move."
Menu, who won five races last year, believes that he is now in a position to genuinely fight for the title with the team.
"When you have scored five pole positions and won five races in one season, the one thing you want to do is stay where you are," said the Swiss driver.
"I'm sure the new car will be even better than this year's, therefore my objective for '08 is to win the title."
Larini, who is yet to win for the team, added: "I'm sure the stability within the team will bring lots more wins for Chevrolet in 2008.
"We were all right there from the beginning, from when we were merely following the others to this year, when we were leading."
Huff, who finished the season well after a slow start to 2007, said: "I think it's fair to say that in '08 each of us will try to go for the title.
"We know what it takes to win races, so now all we have to do is stick together for a solid season and it could be three blue cars going for the title in Macau in November."