2015 Toyota TS040 Hybrid is to be driven by two brand new drivers included in the lineup for the FIA World Endurance Championship. They are Anthony Davidson and Mike Conway. With the announcement of their addition to the list, Toyota Racing has finally confirmed the driver line-up for this year. The team will be competing with two TS040 Hybrid cars and has the goal of keeping the drivers' and manufacturers' world champion titles.

As a reminder, Toyota was 2014 champion and this means that the cars will be placed at the No1 and No2 plates. And to reach the final goal and stay on the first place, Toyota's driver line-ups have been fine-tuned.

Precisely, the No1 car will feature Anthony Davidson and Sébastien Buemi, who jointly claimed the 2014 drivers' title, alongside Kazui Nakajima. The No2 car will be driven by Alex Wurz, Stéphane Sarrazin and Mike Conway. There will also be a future announcement regarding a test and reserve driver in the coming weeks.

In addition, the company confirmed that it has plans to return to the World Rally Championship (WRC) in 2017. The Cologne-based Toyota Racing Team said its World Endurance Championship (WEC) campaign would not be adversely affected by its involvement in the WRC project.

Team president Yoshiaki Kinoshita praised the performances, attitude and commitment of the six drivers and said that they have worked with all our drivers for a long time and have developed very strong relationships. This stability and consistency has been a significant part of the recent success and made it to number one priority in the plans for 2015 and beyond.

Driver Details:

Born 18 April 1979, Hemel Hempstead, UK
Le Mans debut 2003
Le Mans starts 7
Le Mans best result 2nd (2013)
WEC starts 17
WEC wins 5
WEC best season 1st (2014)
Born 31 October 1988, Aigle, Switzerland
Le Mans debut 2012
Le Mans starts 3
Le Mans best result 2nd (2013)
WEC starts 17
WEC wins 5
WEC best season 1st (2014)
Born 11 January 1985, Okazaki, Japan
Le Mans debut 2012
Le Mans starts 3
Le Mans best result 4th (2013)
WEC starts 16
WEC wins 2
WEC best season 8th (2014)
Born 15 February 1974, Waidhofen an der Thaya, Austria
Le Mans debut 1996
Le Mans starts 8
Le Mans best result 1st (1996 & 2009)
WEC starts 20
WEC wins 5
WEC best season 3rd (2012)
Born 2 November 1975, Alès, France
Le Mans debut 2001
Le Mans starts 13
Le Mans best result 2nd (2007, 2009 & 2013)
WEC starts 24
WEC wins 2
WEC best season 3rd (2013)
Born 19 August 1983, Sevenoaks, UK
Le Mans debut 2013
Le Mans starts 1
Le Mans best result n/a
WEC starts 10
WEC wins 2
WEC best season 7th (2013)

Source: Toyota