Gregoire Demoustier says he cannot wait to get going on his maiden World Touring Car Championship season as Craft-Bamboo took delivery of its completed Chevrolet Cruze.

After a sabbatical of one year, the rebranded Craft-Bamboo team return to WTCC in 2015 with a TC1 Chevrolet Cruze to be driven by Demoustier, who will make his touring car debut having established himself at sportscar level.

Ahead of the opening round in Argentina, Demoustier is looking forward to getting underway with the former Independents Trophy winning teeam, though he admits adapting to the front-wheel drive machine will be a challenge.

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I'm really looking forward to the first season, everything is new for me; the car, the team and the championship. I know it will be hard, but that makes the challenge very exciting and interesting. The goal will be to step up during the season and produce some good results."

"I think I will need some time to get used to front-wheel drive Cruze, but this will be a competitive car and that is the most important thing. It will make the learning much easier."

"The first contact with the team has been really good. It seems we have the same vision about racing and especially about how to work hard during the 2015 season. I'm proud and excited to drive for Craft-Bamboo Racing which is one of the best touring car teams on the grid. It has been a very successful team in the past and I think we will be able to continue this success in the future."