A1GP Team Netherlands will alternate Robert Doornbos and Jeroen Bleekemolen throughout the coming season.
The team announced that they will go with two lead drivers for the first time, replicating the strategy of Team France's title-winning campaign in the series' inaugural season.
Bleekemolen, who has been a part of the team in each season so far, will contest the opening round at Zandvoort, and will also race in Malaysia, Indonesia, Portugal, and the still to be confirmed venue in March, while Doornbos will make his debut in China, and will also drive in New Zealand, South Africa, Mexico, and Great Britain.
Ex-Formula One driver Doornbos has also competed in Champ Car and Superleague and the 27-year-old Rotterdam native is looking forward to his A1GP debut.
"I think it's very special to compete for your country, it's something different to score points as a nation, not just as an individual driver," he said.
"I believe and hope Jeroen will make a good start to the season and set things up well for me to race in China."
Bleekemolen, who scored a win for Team Netherlands at Beijing in 2006, added: "I'm very pleased to be staying involved with A1GP and after last week's test I am hugely motivated and see no reason why we should not be able to be right at the front in the battle for the title this season."