Rick Kerry will return to the TCR UK Touring Car Championship for the 2024 season, embarking on his first full campaign after taking part in a part-entry effort last year.

Rick will take part in the new for 2024 Gen 1 Cup for older TCR machinery, where the CUPRA TCR he drove in 2023 will be back and will be run by EDF Motorsport.

The Ipswich-based driver enjoyed his first year in front-wheel drive touring cars, learning to adapt to the car as the 2023 season progressed.

Having made further progress in the car after a last-minute decision to race at the Brands Hatch finale last season, Rick has decided to come back for a full season entry as he becomes the second driver to announce his participation in the Gen 1 Cup.

The CUPRA itself is going through a winter strip down and rebuild, before Rick and the team begin working on their buildup to the new season, which gets underway at Brands Hatch on 13 – 14 April.

Rick’s aim for 2024 in the TCR UK Touring Car Championship is very clear.

“Last season was a massive learning curve for me after more than twenty years of racing in rear wheel drive machinery. Towards the end of last season, I managed to show a big improvement with a top ten finish.

“This season, I am being run by EDF Motorsport, who have a lot of experience of running TCR cars in UK Motorsport. I am looking to competing in the new Gen 1 Cup, where my aim to finish as the top Gen 1 Cup driver by the end of the season, I am ready for this new challenge.”

To find out more about the TCR UK Touring Car Championship visit https://www.tcr-uk.co.uk/ for more info and how to get involved.

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