United Autosports has announced that it will expand its involvement on the TOCA package next season to also include an entry into the Michelin Ginetta GT Supercup.

The team, which has already acquired two of the new TOCA BTCC Licences to allow it to move into touring cars for the first time, will also run a single car in the Supercup series for former Ginetta Challenge race winner Luke Davenport.

Davenport will race a Ginetta G55 GT4 in the series, with the team due to take delivery of its car early next year.

"It is a big privilege for me to be competing with United Autosports next year," he said. "They are a team I have aspired to join for a long time and I feel they provide me with the best opportunity to further my learning in the sport.

"It is great to hear that the Ginetta Supercup looks set to be such a tightly fought championship in 2014. I expect the high calibre of competition to be a great test of my prior experience in the Ginetta Challenge."

The team, which has also signed former Ginetta Championships Manager Max Gregory to co-ordinate it's feeder GT programme, will run a pair of Toyota Avensis for Glynn Geddie and James Cole in the BTCC this season while also continuing to run an Audi R8 LMS in the British GT Championship.