The series is notoriously competitive and held across Britain’s top racing circuits over seven weekend events.
This is now the second season in which Hobday has enjoyed Yuasa’ support and will be the first year the battery manufacturer has been his main sponsor.
To mark this, Hobday’s 1000cc Jedi car, which does 0-60mph in just 3 seconds, will carry a design based on the classic Honda Yuasa Racing British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) livery.
Hobday said: “I am delighted to be working with Yuasa this season and looking forward to the challenge of competing in the BRSCC Formula Jedi Championship.
“My new car looks absolutely fantastic, I am proud to be carrying the iconic Yuasa livery and will do my best to make sure it will be seen right at the front of the pack.”
James Douglas, marketing executive at Yuasa said: “Last year Bradley’s amazing dominant achievements really demonstrated our own core values of performance, reliability and quality.
“After such a successful season, naturally we were eager to carry on supporting Bradley as he takes his next step up the motorsport ladder into Formula Jedi.”
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