again news from Autosport.. The SEAT Cupra Championship is looking likely to have its largest grid ever, with upto 17 entrants already confirmed, with more expected before the championship begins at Brands Hatch in April. Championship co-ordinator: Mark Turner is qouted: "Things are shaping up really well for this season; all the drivers that finished last year's series are looking to come back this year and we've had a lot of interest from new ones as well. We're confident of fielding the biggest grid of Cupra's yet." Total Control Racing driver, Fulvio Mussi added: "Im really pumped up about the year ahead; its going to be so competitive with ex-touring car drivers and Clio Cup champions, as well as all the regular SEAT drivers. I'm up for the challenge, thoug, and looking forward to some strong finishes." TCR are fielding four cars, with Jonathan Adam, Jonathan Fildes and Neil Waterworth joining Fulvio Mussi. 2005 winning Champion team Triple R Racing will also be fielding four cars, with Alan Blencowe, Jonathan Young, Harry Vaulkhard and Richard Dawson contesting. Other drivers returning from last year include. Tom Ferrier, Carl Breeze who are running with Edenbridge Racing. 2005 runner up Mat Jackson will return with his Jackson Motorsport Leon Cupra R. Mike Doble returns as do Ian & Adrian Churchill (Churchill Motorsport) and Henry Taylor. Newcomers Matt Johnson & Robert Ross (Johnson Motorsport) and Tim Bevan complete the lineup so far. Though as yet only Neil Waterworth is a confirmed entry by SEAT Sport UK. Former SEAT racer and Clio Cup racer Ben Winrow is also looking to rejoin the series.