Hyundai Motorsport has confirmed it will enter three cars for Thierry Neuville, Dani Sordo and Hayden Paddon in all remaining rounds of the 2015 World Rally Championship from the second event in Sweden onwards.

The Korean firm, which returned to the WRC last season, signed Neuville to compete in each 2014 event, with a driver rotation system involving Sordo, Paddon, Chris Atkinson and Juho Hanninen employed for any second or third entry over the course of the year.

However, having already announced that it would be increasing Sordo and Paddon's involvement in the team for 2015 alongside Neuville, Hyundai has now confirmed it will operate a static three driver line-up in all but this month's opener in Monte Carlo.

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"As we saw last year, having three cars on WRC events is very positive and helps us to develop our Hyundai i20 WRC more rapidly," said team principal Michel Nandan.

"Overall, I think we have a good line-up for Sweden with Thierry, Dani and Hayden. Despite our drivers not being surface specialists, they have proven to be consistent in Sweden in the past and I'm sure we will see some interesting performances from them this year.

"Thierry and Dani had a pre-event test in December for Sweden which helped them to find a reliable set-up for the event; we know it's a tough event and we want to be as prepared as possible."

Neuville and Sordo will kick off Hyundai's 2015 WRC campaign in Monte Carlo, with Paddon - who was originally only confirmed for nine events - starting his campaign in February's Rally Sweden.

The move will see New Zealander Paddon embark on his first 'full' WRC campaign, eight years after his WRC event debut.