Hyundai Motorsport confirms the development of a i30 TCR

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The picture corresponds to the phase of development of the new Hyundai i30 N

Hyundai continues to strengthen its competitive branch, the whole time
Hyundai Motorsport has confirmed the development of a Hyundai i30 TCR to
to compete within the increasingly famous TCR Series. With the Hyundai i20 WRC
as the flagship of the athletic program the brand within of the World
Rallies from 2014, this i30 TCR will be the second vehicle competition
developed by the department of ‘race-client’
of the brand after the
Hyundai i20 R5 rally and the first to carry the hyundai brand to compete in
circuits. Your base will be the latest generation of the popular i30, which was launched
last year.

The i30 TCR represents the first specific project for
circuits of the department competitive of the brand
, which implies a large
challenge for Hyundai Motorsport, which has been focused in the last four seasons in the
rallies. All in all, andl development of the i30 TCR began last month
September
in the German-based Hyundai in Alzenau, although by the time the
mark has not since the date of debut for an i30 that will compete under the regulation
TCR, same that has also been adopted by the Kia cee’d Manfred Stohl. The relationship
between the two models of production is more than evident and validates this project.

In relation to this new project, Michel Nandan, Director
Hyundai Motorsport has explained: “The beginning of our first
project-specific circuits is a very important step for Hyundai
Motorsport. regulations TCR have been shown to be very successful and are being
adapted by a growing number of categories. Represent Hyundai in
these championships will promote the image of the brand, along with our projects
WRC and R5
. The next few months will be stressful to the department of
‘race-client’ to develop the TCR and support to our existing customers.
All in all, we are going to create a car deposit for a category each time more
competitive
“.