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Dušan Borković switches to Proteam Honda for 2015

Dušan Borković will drive a Proteam Racing Honda Civic TC1 in this year’s World Touring Car Championship, moving away from the Campos Racing Chevrolet Cruze which he campaigned in 2014.

Borković, who missed the final round of the 2014 season due to injury, will be back on the WTCC grid in 2015. The Serb is entering his second season and will be hoping to build in the result he scored in his final race of last season, where he took his maiden podium finish with second place in race two in Japan.

“I am starting my second, hopefully better season with a new team and car,” said Borković of the move. “I am really grateful to Campos Racing team for our cooperation in my début WTCC season, when I achieved one of the best results in my career by coming second in Suzuka race two.

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“Together with JAS and Proteam I will have to learn fast about the Honda as best as I can so I can be ready for the pre-season tests.”

Borković also acknowledged that JAS motorsport may need to make some adjustments in order to accommodate his 6 foot 9 frame.

“The most important thing is that I managed to fit in the Honda Civic TC1 with my 207 cm, but I believe they should build a larger cockpit for my size.

“I always wanted to drive a Honda race car because of their amazing history. That’s why I am really happy and looking forward to driving my new car and am hoping for great results.”

Borković, who will test his new Honda for the first time in February at the official WTCC test in Spain, thanked his sponsors for supporting him in his second year in the top flight of touring car racing.

“I am very glad that my sponsors as well as Serbia and the city of Pancevo recognised the potential of promotion through racing. I will proudly carry Serbian, my hometown Pancevo and my sponsor’s logos worldwide. I hope my flag will flaunt on the podium this year as well. I am grateful to all my sponsors for allowing me to continue my racing career through the WTCC.”

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