Honda-supported driver Nobuharu Matushita has completed ART Grand Prix's driver line-up for the 2015 GP2 Series alongside Stoffel Vandoorne, it has been announced.

The Japanese driver replaces fellow Honda-affiliated countryman Takuya Izawa in the French-based team, Matushita making the move to GP2 after clinching the 2014 All-Japan Formula 3 title with six wins from 15 races.

The 21 year-old, who will be paired with 2014 GP2 runner-up Vandoorne and was part of ART's driver line-up during post-season testing, is delighted to have landed a drive in such a prestigious series

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"First of all, I would like to thank ART Grand Prix for giving me the opportunity to race in GP2. I am honoured to be a part of ART, which is one of the most prestigious teams in young drivers' promotion.

"The GP2 Series gives me the chance to race alongside great rivals, following the Formula 1 calendar all around the world. This is a big challenge for myself but I am determined to do my best as GP2 is the best way to race in F1, which is my dream since my childhood.

"I would like to express my thankfulness to Honda who supports my challenge, my fans, friends and