Banbury-based motorsport team Manor LMP1 have announced their drivers for the 2018/19 superseason.
Oliver Rowland, 25, and Charlie Robertson, 21, were revealed as the pair to represent Manor in the FIA World Endurance Championships, including two Le Mans 24 Hours races.
Rowland, from Sheffield, finished third in last year’s Formula 2 standings and was the first to be named for the endurance racing team ahead of the upcoming 14-month long WEC season.
Both drivers will race in the Ginetta-Mecachrome G60-LT-P1 under the CEFC TRSM Racing banner.
Rowland said he was “delighted” to drive for the Oxfordshire team and “can’t wait to get started”.
He added: “Endurance racing is a new experience for me and it will create a fresh challenge, but I am really looking forward to working with the team and driving such an amazing car.
“Competing in the 24 hours of Le Mans is extremely exciting and it’s something that I’ve always wanted to race in.”
The young driver previously won the 2011 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award and is a ’15 Formula Renault 3.5 champion.
The superseason will start at Spa-Francorchamps in May and conclude with the prestigious Le Mans race in June next year.