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By Maximum Motorsport, Jun 29 2017 03:01PM

Maximum Motorsport faction owner Stewart Lines took behind the wheel of the team’s brand new Seat Leon Cup Racer this past weekend (24/06/17) for its competitive debut in the Britcar Sprint series, at the infamous Silverstone GP circuit. Ex-BTCC pilot Lines, having not competed yet this year due to an injury sustained during the off season, took no time to brush off the cobwebs and get his elbows out.

The weekend started with a test day on the Friday, allowing Stewart to further his understanding of the TCR machinery before Qualifying took place the following day. After qualifying second in class, Lines went onto to claim a class win, a second place and a third overall in the pair of 50 minute races. Elated from the results Stewart said;

“I’m delighted to have won in class in my debut in the car and championship, the team did a fantastic job, and the car was faultless. We went into the weekend for experience running the car in a race environment and came away with some silverware on our first outing, proving the capabilities of the car straight out the box”

“Going forward we’re looking to rent the car out for drivers wishing to compete in the Britcar series, MSV allcomers and other endurance events internationally. The car is capable of getting results as we’ve proven this past weekend”

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By Maximum Motorsport, Jun 19 2017 05:49PM

Maximum Motorsport recently took delivery of their brand new Seat Leon Cup Racer, the car was shaken down during a testing session at Rockingham this past Friday (16/06/17) by Maximum Motorsport team boss Stewart Lines. The Seat TCR machinery is set to make its competitive debut this coming weekend in the highly respected Britcar championship with Lines behind the wheel.

The Leon Cup Racer have been carefully developed for the 2017 season by SEAT Sport. The DSG presents an increase of power achieving 350 HP with the inclusion of a sequential-shifting, six-speed racing gearbox operated via shift paddles mounted on the steering wheel.

After the successful test day behind the wheel of the TCR racer, Stewart Lines said;

“The car was fantastic to drive and an absolutely pleasure to work on, I’m really looking forward to competing in the car this coming weekend. The car is as fast as a New Generation British Touring Car but is a lot more user friendly to drive”

“We’re looking to rent the car out for drivers wishing to compete in the Britcar series, but ultimately we wish to run the car internationally at endurance events such as the Dubai 24 hours. We’re also looking to develop a series running the Seat Leon Supercopa MK2, Leon TCR and any other VAG TCR variants for club races in the UK”

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