Long-time Nissan driver Michael Krumm will return to the Le Mans 24 Hours as part of the Japanese manufacturer's LMP2 attack.
The 2011 FIA GT1 world champion, who will be making his sixth Le Mans start, will join Nissan GT Academy winners Jann Mardenborough and Lucas Ordonez in one of Greaves Motorsport's Zytek-Nissan Z11SNs.
"Michael is part of the global family of drivers we are trying to build," said Nissan global motorsport boss Darren Cox. "He straddles Japan and Europe, so was an obvious choice.
"Michael has a huge amount of experience. I don't think Lucas needs his help so much, because this will be his third Le Mans, but I am sure that Jann will benefit hugely from working with them both."
Krumm, who drove the Nissan DeltaWing in last year's 24 Hours, said: "Lucas and Jann are fantastic drivers and I'm very proud to be racing with them. I think we have a fantastic package. We have unfinished business at Le Mans."
Krumm made his first Le Mans start in 1998 in his first year as a Nissan driver. Racing with Nissan in the STW Super Touring series in Germany, he was brought in to drive one of the TWR-built and run Nissan R390 GT1 contenders for the 24 Hours.