Austrian team Grasser Racing has announced it will run the new factory-supported Lamborghini Huracan in the 2015 Blancpain Endurance Series.

The car, which succeeded the Gallardo when it was launched in 2014, will make its debut in GT3 guise this year as part of a two-car factory-supported programme in the five-round endurance GT series.

Leading its driving efforts will be Matteo Babini, former GP2 racer Adrian Zaugg and 2011 FIA Formula 2 champion Mirko Bortolotti in one Huracan, while youngsters Giovanni Venturi, Jeroen Mul and Andrew Palmer will make up the second car as part of Lamborghini's Young Driver Programme.

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"We are very proud that we can represent Lamborghini during the upcoming season," said team manager Gottfried Grasser. "The new Hurac?n is a strong and reliable GT3-car, which has astounding looks as well. We are already looking forward to be at the start of the first race in Monza."

Grasser Racing ran a Lamborghini Gallardo in the Blancpain Sprint Series in 2014, finishing third in the drivers' standings with its pairing of Jeroen Bleekemolen and Hari Proczyk.