The TCR International Series will feature a record field of 24 cars at Singapore. Besides the addition of the Top Run Subaru and the competitors of the TCR Asia Series, there has been some shuffling in the teams’ line-ups. René Münnich will return to WestCoast Racing after taking part in the first two events of the year in Malaysia and China; Tomas Engström will rejoin the Liqui Moly Team Engstler for which he drove in Sochi, but this time he will be at the wheel of the new Volkswagen Golf TCR; young Dutchman Loris Hezemans, the son of former touring car legend Toine Hezemans, will make his TCR debut with Target Competition; Hong Kong architect Frank Yu will return to the Craft-Bamboo Racing SEAT he drove in Sepang; Fernando Monje will come back as well, in the Campos Racing Opel Astra OPC he drove to an outstanding third place at Monza. The Spanish team has still to announce the name of its second driver. The TCR Asia entries includes two JAS-built Honda Civic cars run by Prince Racing with Michael Choi and Kenneth Lau at the wheel, one Ford Focus built and run by FRD Ford HK Racing Team and driven by the experienced Kenneth Ma, a trio of SEAT León cars entered by the Roadstar Racing Team for Filipe de Souza, Samson Chan and George Chou; finally the Asia Racing Team will race two further SEAT cars with drivers still to be named.
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