For 2005 the championship was restructured and opened up to teams, in the attempt of gaining a bigger grid - some of the less successful drivers in the original format had alleged that the cars were not all equal. The prize changed to the supply of a car for the winning team. The season consisted of 9 events, each with 2 races. Tom Boardman won the title from Mat Jackson and Tom Ferrier, with the top 5 made up of drivers with BTCC experience. Jackson is the early pace-setter in 2006, with Jackson, Ferrier, Carl Breeze and Johnathan Adam among the other frontrunners. They use unique racing seat leons which have a 300bhp 2.0 engines. The original seat leon cubra's had a 1.8 litre turbo with 250bhp.