Organisers of the TOCA Junior Championship have earmarked an upcoming round of the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship as the setting for its all-new car to be launched.

Following the successful completion of all mandatory Motorsport UK chassis stress tests, the forthcoming series – which is aimed towards young drivers – is set to stage a public launch this summer, offering fans and industry stakeholders the opportunity to get up close with the new machine.

With the critical step of casting and assembly of all vehicle moulds having now been finished, track testing is poised to begin in the coming weeks.

Behind the scenes, the championship has locked in a number of collaborations which includes Curley Motorsport undertaking all interior vehicle panelling while Haltech, who are renowned for their expertise in motorsport electronics, will supply all vehicle electronics and ECUs.

Elsewhere, Corbeau will equip all cars with the latest championship-specification seats, harnesses and safety nets, with Questmead Ltd providing essential AP Parts and Mintex friction materials. Vehicle funding will be available from Bute Finance.

In recognition of the teams and drivers that have already registered their interest in the new-for-2025 series, an exclusive invite-only launch event is being eyed for early August.

More information on the TOCA Junior Championship will be provided in due course.