CTCC News

 

Teamwork Motorsport is pushing for a strong finish to the 2016 SINOPEC LUBRICANTS China Touring Car Championship (CTCC).
Two rounds remain and the first port of call is the new Guizhou International Circuit, which has a short and twisty 2.2km, 14-turn configuration that shares many characteristics with the Guangdong International Circuit, where Teamwork Motorsport converted a front row lockout in qualifying into a race win earlier this year.

A pre-Shanghai adjustment in the CTCC’s Balance of Performance (BoP) placed the Teamwork Motorsport Citroen C-Elysees at a power disadvantage, but the team and drivers Alex Hui and Sunny Wong believe their cars’ lightweight construction will go some way to negating the deficit on small tracks like Guizhou.

 

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Wong said: “Going into the two remaining rounds of the China Touring Car Championship, I think my primary target is to help me and my teammate to score as many points as possible. Alex is currently in a better position in terms of championship points. Also, we are thinking of doing more reliability tests with the Citroens in preparation for the Macau Grand Prix Guia Race 2.0T.

 

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Both of Teamwork Motorsport’s Citroens will enter the 63rd Macau Grand Prix (17-20 November) in the Guia Race 2.0T, which will also feature TCR-spec machines from the TCR International and Asia Series’ and some well-known international drivers.