Having been part of TCR UK since rounds three and four at Donington Park in May, the Chameleon Motorsport team has never hidden the fact it is committed to the championship for the foreseeable future.
As part of that commitment, Team Principal Neil Trotter has competed in all remaining rounds driving a CUPRA TCR whilst waiting for the latest version of CUPRA’s TCR contender – the Leon Competición – to arrive in the UK.
Having already achieved title-winning performances in TCR Italy and TCR Scandinavia, the newest CUPRA model is currently racing in many National and Regional series’, as well as competing in the FIA World Touring Car Cup, WTCR.
Trotter, a front-runner in the Goodyear Diamond Trophy for drivers aged 40 and over, has revealed his plans to expand the team’s line-up in 2023, when he intends to run multiple CUPRA Leon Competición TCR cars.
“I’ve always been clear about my intention to get involved with Touring Cars and TCR UK has given me the perfect opportunity to do that. Now both new cars have arrived, I’m excited to see the progress we can make at Snetterton,” said Trotter.
“The plan has always been to contest a full-season in 2023 with at least two cars. We are now on track to do that. I also look forward to welcoming my new teammate at Snetterton!”
Chameleon Motorsport will announce its second driver on Tuesday (11th October) afternoon.