They follow Super2 peers Brodie Kostecki, Thomas Randle and Angelo Mouzouris in trying their hand against the best in the business via the virtual iRacing platform.
MWM team boss Matt White believes Spa, the site of all three Round 5 races, will suit 20-year-old Ojeda’s driving style.
Ojeda added: “I’ve been enjoying watching the Eseries racing a lot, it’s something I’m really keen to have a crack at and I am so grateful Supercars has given some of the Super2 racers a go.
“I have not raced on iRacing before, but I have spent lots of time in the simulator at EurOz Performance at Sydney Motorsport Park in preparation for Wednesday, so hopefully that will transfer across to the new platform.”
Ojeda will retain his #31, but will compete in a ZB Commodore instead of an Altima.
Feeney meanwhile will don the #93 in a Boost Mobile-liveried Mustang and has set targets of avoiding the typical Eseries carnage as well as making the ARMOR ALL Top 10 Shootout.
“It’s great to make my virtual Supercars debut. I’m really looking forward to it, hopefully I learn a few things I can put back into my real-life racing,” said Feeney.
“I’ve been wanting to do this for a long time.
“It’s great we’re going to Spa, it’s probably one of the most famous tracks in world motorsport, with Eau Rouge probably one of the most famous corners as well.
“Normally Formula 1 cars go there and a lot of open wheelers with a lot of downforce, so it’s going to be quite different racing a V8 Supercar there, it’s going to make it very challenging as well through those long corners.
“I think the racing, though, is going to be really exciting… there will be some big dive bombs into the heavy braking zones and the slipstreams will be massive.”
Qualifying will be broadcast from Wednesday 6pm AEST on Fox Sports 506, with races taking place between 7-9pm.