Formula Renault 3.5 team Epsilon Euskadi will run Keisuke Kunimoto and Albert Costa this season
Kunimoto won the Macau Grand Prix in 2008 and drove for Epsilon in two FR3.5 rounds last season. Costa won the Formula Renault Eurocup and West European Cup last year, both with Epsilon.
"It will be a great experience to contend for the 2010 season within the Epsilon Euskadi team," said Kunimoto. "I have already experience with this the car from last year but every season is a new challenge. I am very excited to be driving alongside Albert Costa and I can't wait to get out on track."
Costa added: "My relationship with Epsilon Euskadi began by the end of 2007 and last year we won the FR 2.0 and WEC titles. But we have to keep moving forward and I am very excited to get started already with the World Series preseason.
"This is a highly physically demanding car and therefore I spent all winter training. I am eager to find myself on the track against the rest of the drivers, especially since many of them have won other titles."
Kunimoto and Costa will test at the end of this month, ahead of the first official FR3.5 test at Barcelona on March 2-3.
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