Chameleon Motorsport are back for the 2023 TCR UK Touring Car Championship, having made their debut last season with Neil Trotter in a CUPRA TCR.

This season, the team has expanded its line-up where they will field two CUPRA Leon Competición TCR machines, as both Neil and Lewis Brown will tackle all fifteen rounds of the 2023 championship in the new spec cars.

Despite missing the open races at Oulton Park last year, Neil was able to score consistently in the remaining rounds, ending the 2022 season in third place in the Goodyear Diamond Trophy.

A planned debut for Lewis at the Snetterton Finale last year was thwarted by a technical issue, however, the former MINI Challenge racer is undeterred by this and returns for what will be his debut season in TCR UK.

Having tested the car previously, Lewis is excited about making his debut in this year’s championship and speaks highly of his hopes for his maiden season, where he will also be eligible for Tom Walker Trophy honours

“I’m looking forward to starting in TCR UK afresh with a full season ahead of me this year, despite the technical setback we suffered at Snetterton. I’m excited to be a part of TCR UK in 2023 and to see the level of competition that’s grown since last season,” explained Lewis.

“When I drove the CUPRA Leon Competición TCR last year in testing, it felt like a great car to drive and I feel that once I have some more seat time in the car, I can be upfront amongst the leading drivers and really going for podium places at the least, with race wins as a long term aim this year.”

The 2023 TCR UK Touring Car Championship season kicks off at Snetterton on the 300 on the 8th and 9th April, visit for more info and how to get involved.

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