Dean Fiore will contest the PIRTEK Enduro Cup with Kelly Racing for a sixth-straight year in 2019, in a new role.
Fiore has spent the last five enduro campaigns alongside Michael Caruso in a Nissan Altima, but this season joins rookie Garry Jacobson.
The pair were Dunlop Super2 Series team-mates in 2018 with MW Motorsport.
That was Fiore's first full Super2 campaign, finishing seventh with two victories including the 250km Bathurst outing.
The West Aussie raced in Formula Ford and Porsche Carrera Cup, taking second to Craig Baird in the latter in 2008.
That was followed by a step up to Supercars in 2009, in what was initially entered as Team Kiwi Racing but quickly reverted to his family’s Triple F Racing, run by Paul Morris Motorsport.
Triple F went it alone in 2010 with a Falcon, Fiore then joining Dick Johnson Racing in ’12 - recording his best championship result of 19th - and Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport in ’13.
Since then, he has been an enduro regular alongside Caruso, taking a podium on the Gold Coast in 2014.
Fiore has also enjoyed outings in Carrera Cup, Australian GT and the Bathurst 12 Hour in recent years.