One of DJR Team Penske's real world Pirtek Enduro Cup pairings in Fabian Coulthard and Tony D'Alberto will also tackle this week's ARG eSport Cup finale at Bathurst together.
“The best bit is there is no seat insert required,” joked D'Alberto on the Parked Up podcast.
“Fabian Coulthard, my team-mate at Shell V-Power (Racing Team), will be joining me for the Bathurst two-hour enduro.
“(I'm) Very excited about this. He's been doing a lot of online racing recently in Supercars, he's been giving me a few little tips, so I've sort of put out the challenge now, (to) come and join me at this race and actually drive a TCR car and see what they're like.
“It is nice just to connect because obviously we haven't seen each other for a little while and they're up in the Gold Coast, I'm down in Melbourne, borders are closed, so it'll be good to just have a bit of fun during the night and get the team interaction also.
“I got the word from (DJRTP Managing Director) Ryan Story today; he gave us the OK to do it, but he said we had to win.”
Multiple Kumho Tyre V8 Touring Car Series winners in Justin Ruggier and Broc Feeney are also on the entry list, partnering Peter Herd and Declan Fraser respectively.
ARG eSport Cup series leader Harley Haber has landed the services of Fawzan El-Nabi, who earned the fan wildcard berth for last week's BP Supercars All Stars Eseries round.
As previously reported, the field also includes father-and-son combinations in Steve and Jett Johnson, and Jason and Ben Bargwanna, the latter of which was also slated for the Bathurst International TCR enduro before that was scaled back to a sprint round for 2020 due to anticipated travel restrictions.
The ARG eSport Cup finale takes place this Thursday night and will be streamed on Speedcafe.com.
Entry list: Round 10, Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit Provisional
|Andrew van Leeuwen
|Jackson Souslin Harlow
|Stan Van Oord