It follows Jamie Whincup subbing in for an injured van Gisbergen at the Phillip Island season-opener.
Whincup and Ibrahim took placings of second and fourth in the two hour-long races there.
With Brisbane entering a three-day lockdown yesterday from 17:00 (local time/AEST) to counter the emergence of multiple locally acquired COVID-19 cases, Triple Eight decided to act swiftly.
All members have undergone COVID-19 tests, with all results thus far returning negatives. The team is isolating regardless in line with government orders pertaining to anyone who has visited the affected Brisbane area since March 20.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said yesterday she was “confident that what we've put in place will allow us to keep on top of any cases in NSW“.
That includes all arrivals from Brisbane City and Moreton Bay needing to complete a self-declaration regarding their movements in the preceding 14 days.
The van Gisbergen/Ibrahim entry will represent one of 18 cars on the GT grid at Bathurst, where competitors will tackle a 60-minute race on each of Saturday and Sunday.