Dorna and MotorSport Vision Racing bosses have announced a new agreement confirming the future of the Honda British Talent Cup from 2023 to 2025.
The BTC began in 2018 as a new path on the Road to MotoGP, racing in identical liveries, before the first agreement between Dorna and MSVR saw the Cup expand to a ten-round Championship for riders and teams from 2020 to 2022.
The BTC has since been the sole British Moto3 Championship class, racing alongside nine rounds of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship and enjoying a season highlight alongside MotoGP at the British Grand Prix.
This new agreement between Dorna and MSVR confirms the BTC will continue in its current format until at least 2025, securing the future of one of the most vital programmes on the Road to MotoGP.
"We’re very happy to sign and announce this new agreement with MSVR, confirming the future of the Honda British Talent Cup. Having Scott Ogden, one of our first Champions, now racing and impressing in Moto3 shows the strength and success of the BTC – both of which have only grown since our collaboration with MSVR began," said Dorna's Ana Ezpeleta.
"As the sole British Moto3 class, the competition offers an even better proving ground for young riders racing in the UK and after three successful seasons of collaboration between Dorna and MSVR, we’re very much looking forward to seeing what the next three can bring."