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LM P2 - 28/12/2019
"It’s something that we were aiming to do this year but found we weren’t competitive enough with our given circumstances but towards the end of the year, we made a change to the Oreca chassis and became much more competitive.
“We challenged for victories at nearly every event since the switch so we would have had a strong chance of winning the title this year if we’d had a full season with the Oreca. So 2020 will be a big push for the title with everything in our favour and in our own hands so it’s a nicer scenario to be in.
“The calendar isn’t changing next year, just the order a little, which means that I am returning to tracks that I raced at this year. Some where I have had success and other tracks where I think we can probably have success as a team with the Oreca. I’m just very excited to be returning to the same venues of ELMS that we have been at this year.
“Teams and driver line-ups are always very strong in ELMS. You can never under estimate just how competitive teams and drivers are. Some drivers that may not have a very good understanding of what they have done in the past can certainly surprise you sometimes as I have witnessed so we just have to prepare the best way we can over the winter. I believe it’ll be a bonus for me racing over the winter in the WEC prior to the start of the ELMS.”
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