British GT front runners Chad Racing have announced plans to run three cars in the 2010 season, with team boss Piers Masarati talking of the team focusing on race wins and the ultimate prize, Championship victory.
With a successful 2009 for Chris Hyman and Paul Warren in the Ferrari 430 the team revealed they will run three cars to the latest GT3 Scuderia specification.
“We will race two cars in the UK and one in Europe,” says Masarati. “We take delivery of a brand new chassis next week, testing begins soon, and we have three of the four drivers signed already for British GT. It’s great to have our plans so well advanced so far ahead of the new season, and that bodes well for our prospects. We will be gunning for the championship and race wins in 2010, that’s for sure with the driver line-up we have.”
With a shake down session planned soon the team are looking to a top test driver to optimise the set up.
“We will also be having a new hospitality unit at each event,” adds Masarati, “and the whole team will receive new branding, including the cars. We plan to announce the driver line-up shortly.”
SRO motorsports who run the series, are pushing ahead with plans to revitalise the championship with a new class structure and new marketing initiatives to help boost the size of the grid.
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