Maxim magazine are to supply grid girls for the final round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch this weekend.

The girls have been selected from Maxim's 'Little Black Book' - which features the 101 sexiest single girls in Britain - to represent each of the BTCC's starters at Brands Hatch, with their appearance on the grid set to receive coverage in forthcoming edition of the mens magazine.

Maxim is part of BTCC media partner Dennis Publishing's stable of titles and series director Alan Gow said he was pleased to be associated with the magazine.

"Maxim's inclusion in our partnership with Dennis Publishing is a fantastic bonus," he said. "To be associated with the world's biggest selling men's magazine is of enormous marketing value to all our partners, teams and their sponsors. Maxim's very high standards will I'm sure mean the girls add considerably to what will be a very exciting day for the championship and all its many thousands of fans around the world."

Dennis Group publishing director Phil Parker was equally pleased at the prospect of promoting the 'Little Black Book' at the BTCC finale.

"The BTCC has acted as a fabulous promotional platform for our titles," he said. "With live terrestrial television coverage on ITV1 and further TV exposure across Europe on the Motors TV channel, plus what I'm sure will be a huge race day crowd, what better weekend to promote our hugely popular Little Black Book publication than at the BTCC title decider."