NAPA Racing will return to the Vertu MINI CHALLENGE in 2024 after announcing a three-car programme for the new season.

The team will field a pair of cars in the headline JCW class alongside a single car in the new JCW Sport class in what will be its second year competing in the championship.

As was the case in 2023, Jamie Osborne and Lewis Selby will join forces in the two JCW entries, with Osborne bidding to try and challenge for overall honours having taken the Graduate Cup crown last year.

Selby meanwhile has his sights set on the Directors Cup having scored a number of class wins during his rookie season.

The JCW Sport entry will be in the hands of Cameron Richardson, who graduates from the Cooper category and has his sights firmly fixed on fighting for the inaugural championship title.

“I’m so excited to be back with NAPA Racing UK for another year, even more so when its in the JCW Sport this year,” he said.

“It’s really intriguing to get into this class for its first ever year. We’ve got the experience of Jamie and Lewis in the JCWs, we’ve got the best team behind us and because of that, I know we’ll have the car.

“It’s a case of head down, and make the most out of this incredible opportunity.”