Interwetten Racing will compete in the 2009 World Series by Renault after submitting their entry application before the final deadline.

Last month, organisers for the series revealed 12 of the 13 teams that will compete this year, with Interwetten missing after apparently failing to secure backing from Telmex in time for the first deadline.

However, it has now been confirmed that the Austrian based team will line-up on this year's grid, signalling an unchanged entry list for the series.

Meanwhile, it has been revealed that Draco Racing will ditch its distinctive yellow colour scheme in favour of a livery similar to that of the Force India Formula 1 team following an agreement between the two to help promote young drivers.

The team, which will compete with an unchanged driver line-up of Marco Barba and Bertrand Baguette, are likely to debut the new look when testing for the new season begins on March 10th.