Briscoe and Robin Liddell have been drafted into the line-up for the two endurance races to replace the car's regular drivers Richard Westbrook and Jordan Taylor.
Westbrook and Taylor have switched to the prototype class in the United SportsCar's inaugural season of unification between Grand-Am and the American Le Mans Series.
Briscoe will join Antonio Garcia and Jan Magnussen in the lead entry, while Liddell joins the Oliver Gavin/Tommy Milner driven second car.
“It's an honor to get the opportunity to run Daytona and Sebring with Corvette Racing,” Briscoe said in a statement confirming his role.
“I've often been pitted alongside the Corvette team (in the ALMS), and I've long idolised them.
“It's an amazing group of guys that run two amazing cars. I was always a little envious of the guys driving them, and now I get a shot, too.”
The deal does not include a seat for Briscoe in Corvette Racing's assault on the Le Mans 24 Hours.
As the race is not part of the USC, Westbrook and Taylor will both slot back into the team for the French classic.