The 2015 ACU British Quad Championship will start on three former Grand Prix tracks - Hawkstone Park, Desertmartin and Foxhill.
The six round series, which runs from February to October, will then visit Stratford, Dean Moor before it's now traditional climax at Canada Heights.
Following the success of last year's series the format of three 20 minute plus two lap races will remain, with the points from all rounds counting.
In a major coup for the series the opening round on February 8 will be part of the programme at the Hawkstone International Moto Cross, one of the UK's biggest off road events.
The date has recently been switched to February 8 (from the 22nd) by the organisers to avoid clashes with other pre-season internationals and the opening MX GP of the year at Qatar on February 28. It is known that a number of world class MX1 and MX2 teams are now close to agreeing to ride at Hawkstone.
The championship also returns to Ireland after an absence of several years to reflect the strong Irish presence in the series. Four Irish riders finished in the top ten of this years championship, Ireland won the inaugural Nations Cup and Mark McLernon won the Under 21 Championship.
A spokesman for the series said: "We are delighted with the tracks we have secured this year for the ACU British Championship. The quality of the racing and the professionalism of the riders and teams now deserve to be showcased on Britain's best tracks."
The dates are provisional
Hawkstone - Feb 8;
Dean Moor -July 19;
Canada Heights - October 4.