Team Dynamics Motorsport will enter an Audi RS3 LMS TCR into the Creventic 24H Series opener at the Dubai Autodrome later this month, as the British outfit evaluates ‘participating in other TCR events and series in 2019’.
The outfit will enter the car for Will Neal, Henry Neal and James Kaye under the banner of ‘Team Dynamics with WRC Developments’, with a fourth driver to be announced at a later date.
The participation in the event between the 10th and 12th January marks part of the Midlands company’s evaluation of further TCR racing in 2019.
“Excited isn’t the word,” said Will Neal. “It’s quite easy after a race season to get a bit down when you go from racing every other weekend to not at all, so it’s fantastic to know that I’ll be back racing again shortly.
“Apart from testing in Spain, I’ve never raced abroad, let alone Dubai – so this is a fabulous opportunity for myself & Henry.”
Will’s twin brother Henry is looking forward to comparing the car to the John Cooper Works MINI he has raced previously, as well as the Honda Civic BTCC machine which he has tested last year.
“Endurance Racing is something I’ve always had an interest in, but not quite had the opportunity – where better to start than Dubai,” said Henry Neal.
“Apart from a short test last year, it’ll be my first outing in TCR machinery so I’m looking forward to seeing how it compares to the JCW MINI and BTCC Civic – everything is a first for us both, so it’ll be a case of getting our heads down and taking everything onboard. Roll on January!”
Team Dynamics are also “currently evaluating participating in other TCR events and series in 2019”.
Team Dynamics will run the car in a livery which “pays homage to that shown on the iconic Audi Quattro from the early 80s”.