Will Brown returns to defend his TCR Australia title in 2020

HMO Customer Racing has confirmed that 2019 TCR Australia Touring Car Series Champion Will Brown will return to the team to defend his crown.

The Hyundai driver, who took seven wins en route to taking the inaugural Drivers title, will once again team up with Nathan Morcom, with the team retaining an unchanged driver lineup for the second season of the two-litre turbocharged series.

Such was Brown’s consistency during last year, he was able to secure the title one weekend early at the iconic Sandown raceway.

Will Brown in the HMO Customer Racing Hyundai i30 N TCR. Credit: TCR Australia

With HMO Customer Racing keeping both drivers on board for the 2020 season, Brown already starts as favourite to defend his crown. He will face a tougher field this year as TCR Australia has seen many entries already confirmed ahead of the season-opening round at the end of March at Sydney Motorsport Park.

The team will once again run Hyundai i30 N TCR cars with the possibility that a third car could be announced before the start of the season.

Brown spoke about his hopes for the new season ahead as he looks forward to a new season in TCR Australia.

The TCR Australia field in action at Phillip Island. Credit: TCR Australia

“Heading into the TCR Australia season last year, I didn’t know a whole lot about TCR although I’d watched World TCR and the racing looked awesome,” explained Brown.

“I can’t thank the team enough for all their hard work during the year. The racing was awesome. There is a lot of racing for me in 2020 and I can’t wait for it. What a great year I had in 2019 with HMO Customer Racing in the TCR Australia Series.”

“Of course I’m back for 2020, now let’s get on with it!”

Brown returns to defend his Drivers Title in the 2020 carsales TCR Australia Touring Car Series. Credit: TCR Australia

TCR Talk will be following the 2020 carsales TCR Australia Touring Car Series during its second season of competition.

I will be keeping things up to date on here as well as in The Official TCR Talk Group & The TCR UK Fans Group where members will also be sharing their thoughts and any news from The 2020 FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR), The 2020 TCR Europe Touring Car Series, The 2020 TCR UK Touring Car Championship and other Domestic & Regional TCR Series from around the world.

All images are used in this blog are courtesy of TCR Australia unless otherwise credited.

Until next time, all the best!


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Phil Kinch

Hi, I've been a fan of motorsport for over the past 30 years, following everything from Single Seaters to Touring Cars and to Rallycross. I started writing a blog back in March 2013 on Blogger as Tintop Guru and since then I have written articles and reports on the FIA World Touring Car Championship, The FIA World Rallycross Championship and the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship as well as sharing my thoughts on current Motorsport matters. In 2016 My blog was used to report on the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship and The TCR International Series. I write FIA World Rallycross Championship and FIA European Rallycross Championship reports for www.thecheckeredflag.co.uk and I was an official blogger for the 2015 Autosport International Show. From April 2018, the blog will concentrate solely on the TCR UK Touring Car Championship and the TCR Europe Touring Car Championship.

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