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TWR TECHEETAH ENTER JAGUAR I-PACE ETROPHY

TWR TECHEETAH have confirmed their entry in the Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY, taking the grid to twelve for the first race. A quarter of the grid will be made up of women, who will be among the first ever to race in Saudi Arabia.

TECHEETAH is working together with Ryan Walkinshaw to bring back the Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) brand to international motorsport. The team will be known as TWR TECHEETAH and will field Stefan Rzadzinski (CAN) behind the wheel of the Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY racecar.

RYAN WALKINSHAW OWNER, WALKINSHAW AUTOMOTIVE GROUP

I’m very proud to return our family’s name to racing. Given the rich history TWR have with Jaguar, it felt like the perfect opportunity to revive TWR with TECHEETAH through one of the world’s most exciting motorsport platforms. It’s also my great pleasure to welcome Canadian racing driver, Stefan Rzadzinski, to the team. Stefan is a very talented up and coming driver who has come from the Porsche GT3 Cup

STEFAN RZADZINSKI TWR TECHEETAH DRIVER

When we signed on the dotted line to enter the series it was a big moment for all of us. I’ve been wanting to get involved in electric racing for a while now and to be able to do so and bring back the TWR brand is quite something. It will be the first time I’m in the I-PACE later this week so I’m sure there will be some things to learn. I’m very motivated to have a great season with a fantastic team behind us, so let’s go racing

Source. Jaguar

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