Team principal Lorenz Frey said the whole team is highly motivated for the coming season.
"Even though the Blancpain GT Series is not a new championship for us, it is still a challenge to compete with two relatively new race cars," he said.
"However, we have strong driver line up and can build upon the know-how from last year."
The 2018 Blancpain GT Series includes a mix of Sprint and Endurance Cup events, beginning with a Sprint Cup meeting at Zolder in Belgium on April 6-8.
It then heads to Monza on April 20-22, Brands Hatch on May 5-6, Silverstone on May 18-20, Circuit Paul Ricard on June 1-2, Misano on June 22-24, the 24-hour classic at Spa-Francorchamps on July 26-29, Budapest on August 31-September 2, Nürburgring on September 14-16 and concludes in Barcelona on September 28-30.