Josh Cranston, brother of Adam, has tested the car in England ahead of its planned arrival in Australia within the next three weeks.
The opportunity to compete in the Bathurst 12 Hour has been a long held ambition for the Cranston brothers.
“We have loved Bathurst since we were kids, we grew up watching it, it is what got us into the sport, and we have always wanted to race there,” said Adam Cranston.
“I went to Uni in Bathurst, and I see it as the epitome of motorsport, the pinnacle, and this is probably the only chance I am going to get in life to race it and tick it off the bucket list.
“It (the car) is being shipped over as we speak from Brookspeed in the UK. It is a very low kilometre car, and very well looked after.
“It is pretty much immaculate and I am very excited to get in it and do some testing.”
Two-time Australian Formula 3 champion Winslow has been recruited to bring experience to the line-up and act as a driver coach for the trio.
The British born racer has featured the 2013 and 2015 editions of the Bathurst 12 Hour in Class A GT3 machinery.
“James is a very experienced race car driver, he understands the track, has done a 12 hour before and also the 24 hours of Le Mans and more,” said Cranston.
“He is very well accustomed to the endurance style of racing.
“The three of us are not, as in the Sports Racers it is very much sprint racing; you go out hard for 10 or 12 laps and hope the car survives.
“Obviously when it comes to endurance racing it is a different philosophy.
“You get the car off the line, you sit in your position and just relax, and try not ruin your tyres, burn your fuel, destroy the car, or crash.
“Having James on deck to help us get to that level will be really great.”