|Team Manager||Adam Morgan|
|Team Principal||Russell Morgan|
Ciceley runs its UK Clio Cup team alongside its race-winning British Touring squad, making it a formidable force on the grid with very obvious engineering and commercial capabilities. Max Coates, 3rd in the final standings in his debut season in 2016, enters 2017 among the firm title favourites and is joined by exciting ex-MINI men Luke Reade and Sam Osborne plus Jade Edwards – daughter and granddaughter of former one make Renault champs Jim Edwards Jnr and Jim Edwards Snr.
|Team Manager||Daniel Rowbottom|
|Team Principal||Kevin Rowbottom|
|Telephone||+44 (0)1562 827263|
Former karting star Daniel Rowbottom has gone it alone for 2017 with his own DRM squad but do not be fooled... the outfit, with strong backing from global automotive brand Cataclean, has the capability to challenge for wins and the title (something Rowbottom says he is only interested in after showing some great speed in his debut season in 2016).
|Team Manager||Sam Cotton|
|Team Principal||Jamie Going|
|Telephone||+44 (0)1604 755529|
JamSport goes into 2017 eager to defend the drivers' crown it so brilliantly achieved in 2016 with star driver Ant Whorton-Eales – only its second full season in the championship. Ex-MINI Challenge runner-up, former Fiesta Junior champ Aaron Thompson plus Lucas Orrock – rapid in one-make saloons elsewhere including Europe – form its all-new line-up. 'Fiftysomething' enthusiast Graham Field also stays on board...
|Team Manager||John Creasey|
|Team Principal||John Creasey|
|Telephone||+44 (0)1522 568 247|
PP Motorsport is another of the UK Clio Cup's highly potent one-car entries, even more so in 2017 having signed former championship runner-up James Colburn for the full season. Furthermore it has increased its behind-the-scenes technical collaboration with the very experienced Westbourne squad. Full credit to businessman John Creasey who's skilfully used the UK Clio Cup's commercial opportunities to get his team into such strong shape so quickly ahead, he hopes, a future move into the BTCC...
|Team Manager||Shayne Deegan|
|Team Principal||John Deegan|
|Telephone||+44 (0)7525 477517|
When other plans fell through (not their doing), father and son John and Shayne Deegan were left with no option but to make the late call and 'go it alone' with their own team for 2017. However they've smartly taken advantage of the championship's sensible budgets to make it happen and Deegan is a rhighly talented – as proven by his many titles in other forms of motor sport. Expect some giant killing performances from what is arguably the smallest team on the grid...
|Team Principal||Mark Hunt|
|Telephone||+44 (0)1455 847774|
Very possibly the most successful team in UK Clio Cup history with seven drivers' titles alone in the past nine seasons (2008 Ben Winrow; 2009 Phil Glew; 2010 Dave Newsham; 2012 Jack Goff; 2013 Josh Files; 2014 Mike Bushell; 2015 Ashley Sutton). Indeed since that first title in '08 Mark Hunt's squad has been beaten only twice to the crown and, having lost in 2016, it will undoubtedly be out for revenge in 2017...
Ex motorcycle road racer Shawn Taylor has formed his own small one-car team to compete in the UK Clio Cup for the first time in 2017. The reason: he wants to have fun! And it's a truly colourful entrance... his car is in a distinctive yellow, green and back colourscheme in deference to his native Norwich!
|Team Manager||Paul Rivett|
|Team Principal||Wayne Eason|
|Telephone||+44 (0)1233 647401|
WDE has been a major force in the UK Clio Cup since coming into the championship in 2014 having mounted a serious title campaign with 'lead driver' (three-time Champion) Paul Rivett three seasons in a row. For 2017 it has secured by far its strongst line-up yet as Rivett is joined by proven race-winners Lee Pattison and Paul Streather and promising youngester Dan Zelos. Expect fireworks from the Kent-based squad.
|Team Manager||Richard Colburn|
|Team Principal||Richard Colburn|
|Telephone||+44 (0)1444 480170|
After several seasons away, the highly respected Westbourne name returns and looks set to continue where it left off - by challenging for wins and very possibly the title. Richard Colburn's squad is four-strong and includes very promising young British talents James Dorlin and Myles Collins as well as rapid Italian Ambrogio Perfetti and Swiss Oscar Rovelli who bring sponsorship from big confectionary brand Chupa Chups!