Rio Haryanto has signed his first full-time racing deal since leaving Formula 1 midway through the 2016 season.

Haryanto became Indonesia's first F1 driver in 2016 when he signed for Manor, entering the first 12 races of the season before being replaced for the remainder of the campaign by Esteban Ocon.

Haryanto has not returned to full-time racing since his last start for Manor at the German Grand Prix, making a one-off appearance in an endurance race in Shanghai last October, but has now committed to a programme in the Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia.

Haryanto will race with T2 Motorsports alongside Gregory Teo and David Tjiptobiantoro in a Ferrari 488 GT3 for all six rounds of the upcoming campaign, starting at Sepang on April 6.