Kazuki Armos has hit back at the recent rumours surrounding the eventual introduction of another new team.
Armos has stated that the only way to bring in another team would be if one of the current teams pulled out.
"13 teams is too many. At the many we have a good sized grid, one good enough for enjoyable competitive racing. We only do small races, we are not an endurance series, we should limit the team limit to 12 otherwise we will just have cars in the way. I don't want to see more than 24 cars on the grid."
Armos has also insisted that the rumoured idea of chosen team numbers should go ahead.
"It would allow teams to have a choice of a number of significance to them. Choosing our car numbers would be good".
Armos also confirmed the rumours that Peugeot will return to the IJGPC next season.
With rumours abound that teams may be asked to submit numbers for their cars from next season that they will keep, team boss Robert Mathershaw has spoken out in support of the move. 'It gives the teams an element of personality, as we will be able to create a legacy with those numbers, while making it simple for the fans, as they will be able to associate a particular number with a team. From a personal point of view, I have already given an indication of my preference for numbers, requesting to change to the numbers 22 and 23 at the start of this season due to the significance of the number 22 to the team, however this wasn't ratified, something I was disappointed by, but if this goes through, it will be a fantastic thing for the team.'
'Also, as the team makes it's transition to becoming Liverpool Grand Prix, having a personal number will allow the team to retain its heritage, looking back to the team that started it's first season this year. As such, I would like to declare my interest in car numbers 21 and 22.'
Rumours have suggested that LWGP and Wilson Oils have been accused of enhancing their race oil for performance gains.
The latest rumor floating around the paddock is that teams must choose their own customer numbers from the beginning of next season.
Diego Campos has been confirmed at Ingram GP for the 2014 season. This means that every team has at least one driver for season two.
Jean Mattson has claimed his first pole position of the season, however only narrowly edging out Will Hoskins.
Regi Abott and Ivan Lesic have completed the 2014 TSB-Team Peugeot line up, as confirmed today.