The final entry list for this weekend's GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS Sprint Cup contest at Zandvoort has been confirmed.
The #4 HRT Mercedes-AMG will skip the event, but the grid remains at 22 cars thanks to an additional Belgian Audi Club Team WRT car driven by Rolf Ineichen and Rik Breukers.
The #30 machine joins an expanded Silver Cup field, which features 10 entries this weekend. The #66 Attempto Racing Audi has also joined the class, with Finlay Hutchison filling in for Frederic Vervisch alongside Nicolas Schöll to form an all-Silver pairing.
A further change to the Silver field sees Romain Monti step into the #6 Toksport WRT Mercedes-AMG. The experienced Frenchman becomes the third driver to partner Robin Rogalski this term, following Kris Heidorn at Misano and Mick Wishofer at Magny-Cours.
There is a further change in the Pro-Am class, where Nick Foster joins SPS Automotive Performance alongside Valentin Pierburg. The Australian will deputise for regular driver Dominik Baumann in the #20 Mercedes-AMG.
A packed two-day schedule sees free practice begin at 09.30 on Friday morning, followed by pre-qualifying at 13.50. Later in the day, two qualifying sessions will run back-to-back from 17.50, establishing the grid for a pair of races on Saturday.
The first of these gets underway at 09.00, while the second will begin at 13.45. The weekend's support line-up features action from GT4 European Series, Formula Renault Eurocup, Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux and the FFSA French F4 Championship.