ByKolles Racing has unveiled its all-new livery alongside its 2015 driver line-up ahead of its debut in the FIA World Endurance Championship.

The striking white with yellow stripes are set to cover the ByKolles Racing new car which will be revealed in the coming weeks. At the launch the 2014 CLM P1/01 test car was on display in the new livery alongside new drivers Simon Trummer, Tonio Liuzzi and Pierre Kaffe. The team are set for a full WEC season in the LMP1 category, including the blue riband event Le Mans on the 13-14 June.

Trummer, a former GP2 driver, has been confirmed for the full WEC season while former F1 driver Liuzzi and German driver Kaffe will race selected rounds due to other commitments.

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Director of operations Boris Bermes paid huge tribute to the Austrian teams winter developments in preparation for its first full season in WEC.

"The new car is testimony to the hard work and dedication of the team over the past five months," Bermes said. "We have made major weight reductions to the car and with the combination of aerodynamic modifications coupled with a new gear box and new suspension geometries and performance upgrades throughout - I'm really looking forward to seeing what our drivers can do with it."

Simon Trummer says he feel in love with the team spirit and commitment to racing and is raring to go for 2015.

"From the moment I met the team last year, I knew I was going to enjoy working with them," Trummer said. "Team spirit is really important to me, we win together and we lose together and I've watched how hard the guys have worked to create the best possible package, the ultimate motivation for me is to do their hard work justice.

"I can't wait to see what we can do together and of course I'm very much looking forward to my Le Mans debut, which racing driver wouldn't be."

The official 2015 car - the CLM P1/01 - is expected to be revealed in the coming weeks alongside further driver announcements.