The Droitwich-based motorsport specialists will be entering one of their British Touring Car 2017 NGTC spec Honda Civic Type R’s with up and coming driver Henry Neal at the wheel.
James Rodgers – Team Manager at Team Dynamics commented “This is a fantastic series that has been created by Stewart Lines, providing a perfect stepping stone for young drivers who don’t have the budget to extend into the BTCC but want to move on from junior formulae. It also allows for people who have invested in and have mothballed touring cars to get them back on track and race head to head with old and new technology, it has the potential to make for some awesome racing!”
Henry Neal added “I can’t wait to get out there, having just recently driven the car, it’s a natural progression from the JCW Mini Championship I have been competing in for the past three seasons, sequential gearbox, limited aero, and big brakes, I’m really excited… I think with the equalisation rules it is going to make for a great spectator sport with some close racing. Bring in 2019!”
Three-time British Touring Champion Matt Neal closed by saying – “With the BTCC grid now full and capped what Stewart has created with his TCT Series is perfect for us and others, its fixture list is not overbearing and will give Henry some valuable seat time in a high performance touring car, we’ve really enjoyed running him through the Mini Challenge ladder, which has been great value for money with good racing, but it was his time to move on”.
The team will be sponsored by GS Battery, a brand from Yuasa Battery, who currently sponsors the British Touring Car team.
Team Dynamics Motorsport
Founded over 30 years ago and arguably the longest standing and most successful team in the British Touring Car Championship, winning the manufacturers and teams titles seven times and the Drivers Titles six times. Have experience in running cars in GT, historic and a host of different touring car championships.
The Touring Car Trophy
The Touring Car Trophy (TCT) has been established to bridge a gap between many existing one-make race series and the BTCC.
There is a wide range of eligible cars including 2.0t cars, NGTCs, GPRM cars, TCR Spec cars and Super 2000 cars.
Any drivers looking for the Touring car action without the enormous cost of BTCC are welcome.
Source: Maximum Motorsport.