Briton Martin Plowman has joined the French OAK Racing squad for this year's World Endurance Championship.
The 25-year-old, who finished second in LMP2 in last year's American Le Mans Series driving one of OAK's chassis, will share the team's second Morgan-Nissan LMP2s with team regular Bertrand Baguette and Ricardo Gonzales.
Plowman, who last year swapped to sports cars with the Conquest team after racing in Indy Lights and IndyCar, said: "Last year I had a successful debut season with their chassis in the ALMS, so to get the call from the factory team to race in the WEC is a huge honor.
"There will be a lot of hard work ahead to prepare for the season, but I will be surrounded by a very strong engineering team and, of course, partnered with two very strong drivers who I respect."
2009 Formula Renault 3.5 champion Baguette is staying with OAK for a second year after a season focused on driving the team's LMP1 entry in 2012.
Gonzales, who is the line-up's mandatory amateur or silver-rated driver, swaps from the Greaves Zytek squad with which he raced in last year's WEC.