The team run by former V8 Supercars driver Michael Patrizi will be the first Australian outfit to go up against the world's elite KZ1 teams at the meeting in France from September 11-13.
Patrizicorse will run Italian star karter Mirko Torsellini in a Ricciardo Kart chassis built by renowned Italian manufacturer BirelART.
The 22-year-old is highly rated having finished fourth and fifth in karting's top tier KZ1 World Championship in the last two years respectively.
Team owner Patrizi believes this year's entry to the prestigious event can lead to opportunities where Australian karters will join the squad at future KZ1 world karting events.
“This is a major achievement for our team, and a massive boost for Karting in Australia, to be representing our country as a entrant against all the factory teams in the main World Karting Championship is just massive and I want to thank everyone involved for making this happen,” said Patrizi.
“I hope this shows everyone in Australia especially the younger drivers that we have the connection for them to enter the world stage and next year we enter with some drivers of our own.”