Gulf Racing has unveiled the liveries of its two European Le Mans Series GTE race cars, ahead of the Official Test Days at Paul Ricard.
The No. 85 Aston Martin Vantage GTE and No. 86 Porsche 997 GT3 RSR will both race the famous Gulf colors this season.
Mike Wainwright and Adam Carroll will be behind the wheel of the Porsche on what will be the first test of the car.
Wainwright and Carroll will be joined this season by a yet to be announced Silver-rated driver.
In the updated Aston Martin, Roald Goethe and Stuart Hall will be joined by 22-year-old British driver Dan Brown in Le Castellet.
Brown, who raced GT3 cars in recent years, will compete in all European Le Mans Series rounds for Gulf Racing.
“We are looking forward to a great season of racing in the ELMS GTE class,” said team manager Matt Beers.
“This championship is the cornerstone of endurance GT racing in Europe and we are very happy to be back again working with our tyre partner Michelin and the ACO in such a professional environment.
“The grids are strong, so we know it will be a tough season, this is the first step towards our ambition of returning the Gulf Racing brand and team to Le Mans.”