The Israeli driver endured a difficult rookie season with a best finish of 12th, leaving him point-less for the campaign as a whole.

Cohen did start the second race at Zandvoort from reverse-grid pole position but an incident with eventual champion Dennis Hauger left him outside of the top 10.

Cohen tested for Jenzer in Valencia, earning a spot on the F3 grid for 2022.

“I am really happy to join the Jenzer Motorsport family,” said Cohen. “I drove with the team in Valencia and it was a really good experience.

“The people there were very professional, so with the team capabilities and the experience I already have in the championship, I am confident I can achieve good results. I am excited and looking forward to driving in Bahrain.”

Andreas Jenzer added: “At the official FIA F3 post-season test days in Valencia last autumn Ido got into our car for the first time. We immediately felt that we could work very well together and are pleased that Ido decided to join our team for his second season in FIA F3. 

“We are sure that we will have a good cooperation and a successful championship ahead of us together.”