Mike Parisy has completed Bentley Team HTP's driver line-up for the Blancpain Endurance Series for the upcoming season.

The 30-year-old will compete in Bentley's Continental GT3 in the five-round endurance series alongside the already announced Vincent Abril and Harold Primat. 2015 marks Parisy's first season with Bentley but he has competed with the HTP Motorsport team two years ago in the Baku race.

The regular French GT driver calls the chance to race for Bentley a 'great opportunity' and is delighted with the car package ahead of the new season. The agreement also sees Pairsy return to work with race engineer Renaud Dufour, whom he won races with in the FIA GT3 European Championship in 2010 and 2011.

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"It is great to work with Renaud again. I started my career in GT racing with him, we know each other very well," Pairsy said. "The drivers, the team, the car and the race engineer form a very strong package at HTP Motorsport, and this is very important.

"The car is very good, I have a good feeling with it and our tests were promising. The Bentley is fast and well balanced so I'm hoping we can have a successful season."

The 2015 Blancpain Endurance Series commences at Monza on the 11-12th April.