Former Champ Car racer Ryan Dalziel will driver the Glasgow Rangers car in the unaugural Superleague Formula season, beginning at Donington Park next month.
The 26-year-old Scot has been competing in Grand-Am in America so far this year and is excited to be returning to single-seater racing in Europe.
"I'm delighted to have been selected to represent Rangers having grown up in and around Glasgow," he said. "It's been seven years since I last raced at Donington, which seems hard to believe.
"I'm excited to be a Scottish driver racing for a Scottish club, it means a lot and I hope the fans really get behind our efforts.
Rangers were the first British team to commit to the Superleague, which uses 750bhp V12-powered cars, and have since been followed by Tottenham Hotspur, joining the 14 other teams so far confirmed for the six-round championship.
The series will hold two pre-season tests at Donington on August 21 and 28, ahead of the first round of the season on August 30-31.