Mike Conway says he can't wait to drive his Toyota LMP1 car at Spa-Francorchamps as he gears up for the second round of the World Endurance Championship.

The Briton is set to co-drive alongside Stephane Sarrazin and Alexander Wurz in the number two Toyota Racing TS040 Hybrid sportscar off the back of a fourth place finish at the 2015 curtain raiser in Silverstone.

The 31-year-old has competed in endurance racing at Spa once before, for G-Drive Racing in its Nissan-powered Oreca 03 in the LMP2 class, finishing fourth in class two years ago.

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The Bromley-born driver says he is excited to go racing at Spa again and feels the Belgium circuit will match the Toyota's strengths more than Silverstone.

"It was one of my favourites so I am definitely looking forward to racing an LMP1 car there," Conway said. "We made a reasonable start to the season at Silverstone but I think Spa will suit us better, so I expect we will be stronger."

Reigning champions Toyota is currently on a fantastic run of form since returning to the WEC with the TS040 Hybrid car at the start of 2014, claiming a top-three finish in every race it has entered which includes five victories.