Front-running Chinese squad will compete in the new Korean series The TCR Korea Touring Car Series is the one of the latest of the various TCR-based series to appear across the globe, and Teamwork Motorsport can confirm it plans to contest the full three-event season, running alongside its already announced programmes in TCR China and the Macau Touring Car Series, and working with SAIC Volkswagen in the China Touring Car Championship (CTCC).
Hong Kong-based squad return to fight for the TCR China title Teamwork Motorsport can confirm they'll be back on the grid this year in the TCR China Touring Car Championship, running the latest specification Volkswagen Golf GTI TCRs for Alex Hui and Sunny Wong, and are also looking for additional drivers to make the most of the Chinese championship's unique format.
Just weeks after the thrill of the Macau GP, Teamwork Motorsport is back in action in the TCR China Finale. In addition, the team will also enter the last round of the 12hrs Super Endurance Championship with the VW Golf TCR. Both races will take place at Teamwork’s home base in the Guangdong International Circuit, China.
Teamwork’s Paul Poon piloted his Suncity Group RCZ to his third consecutive podium in the CTM Macau Touring Car 1.6T Class.
The fourth round of TCR China started off on a positive note for Teamwork Motorsport this weekend (28-29 October) as the series travelled to Ningbo International Speedpark with the team finding good setups for their GRANTT supported VW Golf TCRs. However, qualifying and the races themselves proved to be disappointing on this occasion, despite some strong results.
Jean-Karl Vernay joined Teamwork Motorsport this weekend (7-8 October) as the TCR China series travelled to the new tight and twisty Zhejiang Circuit for the first time and quite a weekend it proved to be with the TCR International star recording a debut victory.
After a five weeks break, Teamwork returns to round 3 of the TCR China series with the Grantt supported Golf TCRs at the new Zhejiang Circuit. This new 3.2-kilometer FIA-certified Grade 2 circuit features 16 corners with 22 meters of elevation. With the small & twisty layout, the team is confident that the Golf TCR will adapt to this circuit better than the Shanghai F1 circuit in the previous two rounds.
The brand new TCR China series kicked off in Shanghai International Circuit under extreme heat, and Teamwork Motorsport showed their pace by bringing home five podium trophies among its three cars and six drivers.