Nick Cassidy will make his Le Mans 24 Hour debut this year in a Hub Auto Porsche 911 RSR-19.
Cassidy will partner Formula 1 race winner Heikki Kovalainen and Dries Vanthoor in a GTE Pro team.
It will be Cassidy’s first assault at the twice-around-the-clock classic, which is scheduled to be held in August.
The campaign will be the latest addition to Cassidy’s jam-packed calendar, with him also committing to a full Formula E season and part-time DTM gig.
Cassidy isn’t a stranger to the Taiwanese squad, having raced in the Suzuka 10 Hour with them back in 2019.
Both Cassidy and Kovalainen are Super GT champions while Vanthoor is the younger brother of Porsche factory driver Laurens.
Cassidy is the third Kiwi on the provisional Le Mans entry list.
Brendon Hartley will steer the No.8 Toyota Hypercar in the top-flight LMH class, while Jaxon Evans will race a Porsche GT3 in GTE-AM.