January 22, 2014


Trinity, the engine manufacturing arm of Woods Racing, is pleased to announce its partners for the 2014 season.

The company are very confident for the coming year, following a very successful 2013 season where Trinity-powered Nijo Racing finished as runners up in the Constructors Championship.

Nijo Racing will continue to be supplied by Trinity, continuing the fantastic partnership from last year. In addition, Trinity is pleased to be working alongside two other big teams. Torrent Motorsports finished third in their debut season and will no doubt fight for a higher berth in 2014. Target Racing impressed in the Supercup last season, especially towards the end, and make their Superleague debut this year.

Ollie Woods, Team Principal of Woods Racing and CEO of Trinity Engines:

"It's great to have a full roster of teams working with us this year, and the fact that these teams are some of the strongest in the Superleague is just the icing on the cake. I am so pleased that Nijo decided to continue with us; Chris Williamson is an incredibly friendly and knowledgable team principal and we had great feedback from Ruud and Tom which helped with the direction we took the engines last year. Torrent are also one of the top teams from last year and we started negotiations early in order to show the team our vision for 2014 - I am very glad to be working with Simon Melhuish and two incredibly experienced drivers in Petter and Jim, as well as a familiar face in Adam Rouse. Petter was keen to bring his team to Trinity engines as well and I predict big things for them. The data we get from all three teams will undoubtedly help our engines and we aim to be the best available. I will be reaching out to the team managers after the first test in Imola to discuss initial direction."

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