The Power Maxed Racing Vauxhall team this afternoon unveils its second driver to partner Senna Proctor in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship next season.
Watch the video to find out who it is.
Motorbase Performance has confirmed that Mat Jackson will stay with the team as one of three drivers in 2017.
It will be the 35-year-old's eighth consecutive season with the Kent-based team, which has also announced a new sponsor.
Chris Smiley will return to the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship next season, after signing with new team BTC Norlin Racing.
As revealed last week when the entry list for 2017 was published, BTC Racing is making a comeback to the series, and the team has a multi-year sponsorship deal with leading hotel development company Norlin.
A second driver is due to be announced shortly.
Senna Proctor has been announced as the first driver for the Power Maxed Racing Vauxhall team in the 2017 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
Senna has enjoyed a very strong racing career to date, coming through the BTCC support race package from Ginetta Juniors when in 2015 he took four race victories and 13 out of 20 podiums – more than any other driver. In 2016, Proctor moved to the highly competitive UK Clio Cup, taking a brace of podiums and finishing third in the Graduate Cup.
AmD Tuning boss Shaun Hollamby has said he is confident that his team will be competitive in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship next season, after today's news that it has been granted a second entry.
Having seen the deal ratified by championship bosses, work has now started on the build of a second Audi S3 that will be entered into the championship alongside the car of Ollie Jackson, who was confirmed in the first seat last month.
The list of teams which will take part in next season's Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship has been announced this morning, with a second entry for AmD Tuning and a return to the championship of BTC Racing among the announcements.
Mike Epps will return to the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship grid in 2017 after signing a deal with Team HARD to compete in a Volkswagen CC.
That has continued his partnership with Team HARD into a third year following seasons together in the Volkswagen Racing Cup and then the BTCC, with the Hemel Hempstead racer producing a hugely promising first campaign in the UK’s premier racing championship.
Ollie Jackson will remain with the AmDTuning team in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Championship next season.
Ollie rejoined the West Thurrock based team this year - having earlier raced in AmDTuning.com colours back in 2012 - and enjoyed a solid campaign at the wheel of an Audi S3; ending the year as a regular contender for points scoring finishes in an ultra-competitive field.