Formula Renault 3.5 can add now two drivers to its line up following the signings of Cameron Twynham and Alfonso Celis Jr this week.

Status GP3 racer Celis Jr completes Tech 1 Racing's driver pairing, partnering seasoned campaigner Marco Sorensen. This weekend's running at the Nurburgring will be the first time the French outfit has fielded two cars this season.

Aged just seventeen, Celis Jr is the youngest driver on the FR3.5 grid.

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Meanwhile, eighteen-year-old Twynham will join Comtec Racing who return to action for the first time since Spa.

Funding issues for Nikolay Martsenko forced the British outfit to miss the last two rounds in Spa and Moscow respectively. Andrea Roda was his replacement for Monaco but is yet to return to the helm of a 3.5 litre model.

Neither driver is confirmed for any of the following rounds at the Hungaroring, Paul Ricard and Jerez.