The Caterham team have been confirmed for the Bavaria City Racing event in Dublin in June.
It is hoped the Bavaria City Racing Dublin will bring the best the world of motorsport has to offer to the Irish capital and for the first time ever a Formula 1 team will take to the streets.
Jenson Button will race his McLaren-Mercedes through the city and he will be joined by Tony Fernandes' Caterham as part of the five-hour motorsport spectacular.
"We are absolutely delighted to be taking part,” commented Riad Asmat, Caterham Group CEO.
"It is going to be a fantastic event and you don’t have to be an F1 fan to be excited about seeing our car, and all the other teams taking part - the noise alone around the streets of Dublin will be incredible and we can’t wait to get over to Dublin and show our friends in Ireland what F1 is all about."
Starting at the Convention Centre the will continue along Customs House Quay before crossing Butt Bridge, passing through chicane's at D'Olier Street, past College Green and the Central Bank on Dame Street before reaching the chequered flag on O'Connell Bridge.
As well as Caterham and McLaren, the Aprilia Superbike team, the Motorbase British Touring Car team and representatives from the GP2 Series will all take part in the event, which is free to the public, on Sunday, June 3.