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Team Dynamics are aiming to jump up a place in the 2019 British Touring Car Championship Manufacturers and Teams championships after finishing a solid second in both categories last season.
The team – who are once again campaigning the Honda Civic FK8 Type R as a works supported entry – also hope to have driver pairing Matt Neal and Dan Cammish chasing the drivers crown.
With the FK8 having undergone a season of running and further development over the winter, it is hoped that the newly re-signed driver pairing can improve on the ninth and 10th placed finishes they achieved in 2018.
Triple champion Neal, who won two races last term, said: “Last year we got to understand the car really well and made some changes over the winter to make it even stronger.
“I’m hungry to get my fourth BTCC title so I’ll be going all guns blazing with Dan to secure the Team and Manufacturer Championships first and then hopefully be in a position to take the drivers’ mantle.”
Cammish, who took his first two wins on the way to securing the Jack Sears trophy commented that: “Getting to know the Honda Civic FK8 BTCC car in 2018 was a steep learning curve, but I think I proved to the team throughout the season that I had the speed in me.
“With all that experience under my belt I’m hoping to come back stronger this season and challenge for the overall title.”
The BTCC season kicks off at Brands Hatch on the weekend of 6/7 April.