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Circuit de Monaco. 24 April 2018
January 01, 2017
Published on tags: Hawkeye Racing Ric Scott Talos


New manufacturer headed by Hawkeye Racing steps in to make its competitive debut in the 2017 Superleague, bringing the number of engine producers back to four.
Following the departure of Midnight Motorsport's Potentia engines at the end of the 2016 season, the GPVWC Administration opened a tender for the fourth manufacturer slot.

The position was coveted and several existing teams made a bid for it. In the end, though, it was the experience of Hawkeye, a team which first joined the Superleague in its inaugural 2000 season, that won the day.

Ric Scott, Team Owner of Hawkeye Racing: "After a poor 2016, the team want to make amends for the new season and we believe one of the ways to do this is to become an engine manufacturer. We have always supported the league and we're committed to competing in the Superleague for many years to come. We're well aware of the responsibility that comes with this and can assure everyone that we would provide constant support and feedback for any of our potential clients and do our best to give them the best engine possible."

Engine bidding for the Superleague will take place in mid-January.

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