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MTECH confirm 2010 ambitions

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Hot on the heels of the announcement that front runners Chad Racing will be running three cars in the 2010 British GT championship, it has been announced that MTECH Racing is the latest to confirm it’s plans.

Staying with the same driver line-up of Matt Griffin and Duncan Cameron, the team will contest the 2010 season in the new Ferrari 430.

“We can confirm that Matt will be doing a complete season with us next year,” says team boss Mike Edmonds, “and obviously we are very pleased about that and we think it puts us potentially in a championship-winning position, not least because we have now ironed out a lot of the early-season gremlins we had this year.

The team also announced that it is looking into the possibility of running a second car in GT3 class with one or two in the new GT Cup category.

“We are also very hopeful of running a second Scuderia; we are in very deep discussions with two drivers about this already and hopefully we can soon make an announcement confirming this. We also talking to two drivers very keen to run their cars in the Cup class, so it’s all happening.”

The team have just returned from Catalunya where Griffin and Cameron scored a great GTS category win the GT Open Races.

Photo Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

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