British Touring Car Championship racer Andrew Jordan will take part in the final rounds of the Pickup Truck Championship in early November.
The WSR BMW 125i M Sport regular will swap his BTCC machine for a Matt Roach Racing-run truck at the Brands Hatch Indy meeting on November 4/5.
The 28-year-old will drive a truck, which will carry the Pirtek livery that he uses in the BTCC, belonging to Roach.
Jordan, who claimed the BTCC in 2013, said he was looking forward to the challenge: “It will be something totally different for me, but the action looks great in the series. I know Matt [Roach] from when I raced in Junior rallycross in the UK and this has been a long-standing offer.
“I am probably not going to get much track time beforehand, and there will be people going for a title, so I am not sure what to expect but I will have to be careful,” added Jordan, who finished ninth in the BTCC this term with three race wins.
The Fireworks meeting at Brands Hatch also features Legends, and the final rounds of the British Truck Racing Championship.