Patrick Sing has confirmed he will participate in the full ADAC TCR Germany season in 2021, once again racing a Hyundai i30 N TCR for his own RaceSing outfit.
Sing, 28, took part in the event at Most in Czechia last year, where he was 14th in race one before retiring from race two.
His outfit, RaceSing, utilises employees from the family dealerships on race weekends.
“The anticipation is great,” said Sing. “I am motivated and got to know the series in 2019.
“At that time I was racing in the KTM X-Bow series, but I had an accident that forced me to stop the season. Now I am fully fit again and ready to start.
“I took part in the 24-hour race in Dubai, where I was part of a team with Benjamin Leuchter, among others. We were able to secure class victory in the TCR and TCE rankings.
“I could learn a lot from him. How he goes into the analysis, how he has to focus mentally from the beginning and how you can still find room for improvement in an exchange.
“In addition, I am physically on a good level again, can jog, play football and volleyball without any restrictions and train my fitness.”
Sing is aiming for potential top five results in his first full year in the tin-top category, which with the switch for the DTM to GT racig becomes the top tier of touring car racing in Germany.
“We already did a few tests in 2019 and I know a few tracks from other series,” added Sing. “The Hockenheimring, Red Bull Ring or Nürburgring, for example.
“My goal is to get into the top ten or top five. And maybe even to be on the podium. A win would of course be a dream.
“A lot will show up in the pre-season test, whether I have forgotten something or whether everything is still there.
“The Hyundai is a different racing car than the CUPRA [raced in Dubai], which is based on the street version.
“The Hyundai feels much more like a racing car; it is louder, more aggressive and significantly more intense.”