The 2023 TCR UK Touring Car Championship sees tyre supplier Goodyear return for the second year in its three-year deal, originally signed ahead of the 2022 season.
As TCR UK returns to being a headline event for 2023, Goodyear will once again supply tyre and on-site expertise as the championship enters its sixth season of competition.
With a number of new teams and new second-generation TCR cars already confirmed, the championship has moved from strength to strength, with Goodyear involved from 2019 and staying on board until the end of the 2024 season.
Last year witnessed the debut season of the Goodyear Diamond Trophy for drivers aged 40 and over, a trophy that continues in 2023, whilst the overall championship fight went down to the last event of the season with seven drivers in with a shout of title glory.
With the 2023 TCR UK Touring Car Championship getting underway at Snetterton in Norfolk, over the Easter Weekend and using the 300 layout, Goodyear UK Manager Mickey Butler is excited to see the progress that the championship has made over the winter.
“Goodyear has supported the TCR UK Touring Car Championship since we came on board back in 2019 and its clear that the 2022 season was the best yet. The championship made a real step-up last year and it’s a testament to the hard work that both Stewart and Nicki Lines have put in every year to really see the championship thrive,” said Micky.
“Keeping up with all of the recent driver news that’s come during the winter, with new drivers, teams and new cars coming to compete for this year, it’s clear that 2023 will be another competitive season for the organisers and everyone working behind the scenes. Goodyear is proud to be continuing its support of the TCR UK Touring Car Championship and we look forward to the new season ahead.”
The 2023 TCR UK Touring Car Championship season kicks off at Snetterton on the 300 on the 8th and 9th April, visit https://www.tcr-uk.co.uk/ for more info and how to get involved.