A1GP race winner Jonny Reid will race full-time in V8 Supercars after sealing a deal with Dick Johnson Racing for 2013.
Reid won seven times in total and helped New Zealand to finish runner-up in A1GP in both 2006 and 2007. He has since raced in a multitude of series including Indy Lights and the Australian Porsche Carrera Cup championship, in which he finished runner-up and with nine wins to his credit last year.
Reid, who made three V8 appearances for Tekno Autosports last year, said: "My aim since 2011 was to focus on a full time V8 Supercars drive.
"This is a world class series and after a great run in the enduros last year I was very hungry to try and step up. To be able to begin my full-time driving with a DJR is fantastic.
"Once we knew the deal could progress and Wilson Security came on board the DJR car it was full steam ahead. I am really looking forward to rolling the car out at Clipsal," Reid concluded.
Team owner Dick Johnson said Reid was the "perfect fit" for the team, adding: "We had a number of younger drivers in our sights and Jonny was the stand out. He has raced in a multitude of classes all over the world and has had great success.
"With renewed and enthusiastic sponsorship support we can really work on bringing [Reid] to the front of the V8 Supercar grid."