Ferrari have confirmed Kimi Raikkonen will return to the team as the replacement for Felipe Massa from the start of next season.
Raikkonen, 33, won the world title with Ferrari in 2007 but left the team just two years later for a new challenge in rallying.
He has impressed since returning to F1 at the start of 2012 with Lotus and has now agreed a return to Maranello on a two-year deal.
The move pairs the rapid Finn with two-time world champion Fernando Alonso in what will arguably be the strongest driver line-up in the sport.
"Scuderia Ferrari announces that it has reached an agreement with Kimi Raikkonen," read a statement on ferrari.com. "The Finn will join alongside Fernando Alonso in the driver line-up for the next two seasons."