Jaxon Evans will make his Bathurst debut with Brad Jones Racing, the team has confirmed.
Evans undertook an evaluation day at Winton Motor Raceway on Monday.
The European-based Porsche ace impressed BJR on the day, which was his first Supercar running in four years.
The Albury-based team moved swiftly to confirm Evans alongside Smith for October's Great Race.
"I arrived back in Australia just last week and to be in the SCT Logistics car today turning laps at Winton has been amazing,” Evans said.
"Endurance racing isn’t new to me, and neither is Bathurst but heading there in a Supercar is definitely going to be a pinch me moment.
"The car felt very comfortable from the outset and the team has been so enthusiastic and welcoming, I’m feeling really confident about heading to Bathurst alongside Jack and the whole BJR and SCT Motorsport team."
Evans and Smith reunite, having raced together in karts for the Birel Kart Team.
SCT’s Head of Motorsport Programmes Andrew Jones said Evans delivered on the team's brief.
“The evaluation day has been a good opportunity for both Jaxon and the team to work together and get a feel for how each other goes about their business at the circuit," Jones said.
"From our end, Jaxon has delivered today on what our expectations are from a driver of his calibre, and we now welcome him as part of the team for the upcoming Bathurst 1000 and I think that the combination of Jack and Jaxon is a very exciting one."
Smith, who will make his fourth Bathurst start, was keen to get to the Mountain.
The duo will complete a test day with fellow Victorian teams on Tuesday.
"I was able to do the allocated 10 laps in the car today under the rules and then we spent the day working with Jaxon, Paul [Forgie] and Jason [Bonney]," Smith said.
"The test day tomorrow also here at Winton should give us a chance to fine tune some things and we’re all looking forward to getting to Bathurst in a couple of weeks’ time."
It completes this year's Bathurst grid, with BJR again running four entries.