The Ginetta Junior championship entry list at Croft looks a little different to that from Thruxton last month.
As was reported here earlier this week, In2Racing driver Charlie Mcleod has been forced to miss the fourth round of the championship due to funding issues.
His team-mate for Thruxton, Ben Kasperczak, is also not in the In2Racing awning this weekend. Kasperczak runs officially as a privateer this weekend, but will be racing under the BK Racing banner and is supported by British Touring Car Championship team Team HARD.
Elsewhere, Roman Bilinski – another ex-In2Racing driver – will race under the Alastair Rushford Motorsport banner, the first time this season the team has appeared on the entry list.
Ginetta Junior Scholarship winner Ethan Brooks is back on the grid after missing the Thruxton and will again race with Total Control Racing.
One new driver joins the grid, bringing the total number of cars on track up to 25 for the Croft weekend. Tom Ward joins Elite Motorsport for his Ginetta Junior debut.