GP2 racer Adrian Valles will race Liverpool's Superleague Formula car in the inaugural championship this season.
The 22-year-old Spaniard will add a third category to his duties this year when Superleague kicks off at Donington Park this weekend.
He is currently racing for BCN Competicion in GP2 and also drives one of Epsilon Euskadi's self-built LMP1 cars in the Le Mans Series.
"I'm really happy for the opportunity to represent Liverpool," said Valles. "I've followed the club closely ever since (Rafa) Benitez took over at the helm and obviously there are a lot of top Spanish players representing the club as well."
As well as manager Benitez, Liverpool have several Spanish players including Fernando Torres, Pepe Reina, and Xabi Alonso.
"Liverpool are one of the most famous clubs in the world so it really is an honour to drive their car," Valles added.
He will sample the 750bhp V12-powered Superleague car for the first time in the pre-event test at Donington on Thursday and is eager to get behind the wheel, and also to return to the circuit where he won a World Series by Renault race in 2005.
"These cars are going to be very powerful and quick and it will be a natural progression for me after racing in World Series and GP2."
"I'm really looking forward to driving the car for the first time and it is great for me that the first race is at Donington, because I have had great success there in the past and I really like the circuit."