Teamwork Motorsport was first founded in 1999 under the China Dragon Racing banner and established itself as a major force within the Asian motorsport scene.
The team is a band of brothers supported by a huge engineering platform in GUSTO Technik and an association with world class driving talent, including 2012 FIA World Touring Car Champion Rob Huff, giving it the ability to build and develop race and title-winning cars for a wide variety of series.
This formula has already yielded results as Teamwork has countless high-profile successes to its name, having won the 2013 Touring Car Series of Asia Teams’ and Drivers’ titles after sealing Hong Kong Touring Car Teams’ and Drivers’ crowns in 2008, 2011 and 2012.
Its other achievements include multiple Macau Grand Prix victories in 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011 and 2012, as well as an emphatic win in the 2012 Guangdong International Circuit (GIC) 6 Hours endurance race.
The crack team will run a GUSTO Technik-built and developed Citroen C-Elysee in the 2014 SINOPEC LUBRICANTS China Touring Car Championship (CTCC) – China’s premier motor racing championship – from its technical base at the GIC, in an independent two-car assault with Alex Hui and Sunny Wong against the might of Ford and Volkswagen’s fully factory-supported efforts.
Hui & Wong will once again take on the CTCC in 2015, while Paul Poon, Samson Fung, and a less experienced young driver named Andrew Lo will graduate to the HTCC 1.6T class, which is a qualifying championship for the prestigious season-ending Macau Grand Prix. Samuel Hsieh is set to race in the HTCC’s Group N2000 division and, depending on his results, may be elected to represent Hong Kong in the China Cup Series.