Toyota Spain pREsents its racing plans

Toyota Spain has presented its competition plans for 2024 at the Toyota Spain headquarters in Alcobendas, Madrid. The competition range bears Toyota’s GR DNA seal, and for this year Toyota Gazoo Racing Spain continues with the Iberian Cup and will expand its presence in rallies, where it will be present in the Spanish Rally Super Championship (S-CER) and, later of more than 20 years, returns to the circuits with the single-brand GR Cup Spain, with the GR86 model.

The event was held at the headquarters of Toyota Spain with the presence of Miguel Carsi, President and CEO of Toyota Spain, Manuel Aviñó, President of the Royal Spanish Automobile Federation and Teo Martín, CEO of Motor & Sport Institute (MSi). The three accompanied Alejandro Cachón along with his co-pilot Borja Rozada, who will be at the controls of the GR Yaris Rally2 in the S-CER. Both spoke about their feelings for the season ahead. Isidre Esteve and his co-driver Txema Villalobos were also there, who told of their experience in the past Dakar in Saudi Arabia 2024 and their future plans for this year with their Toyota Hilux T1+.

Regarding rallies, Toyota Spain will be present this 2024 season in the S-CER with the GR Yaris Rally2, thanks to the Teo Martín Motorsport structure. The car will be driven by the young but experienced Asturian, Alejandro Cachón, who will be accompanied by Borja Rozada as his co-driver. Both have already competed in several events in the World Rally Championship in previous editions and will seek to give Toyota Spain its first national title.

The Toyota GR Yaris Rally2, which made its debut in the Monte Carlo Rally, has already shown great potential in the Rally Sweden, where it placed second, third, fourth and fifth in its category, achieving several scratches, one of them from the Spaniard Jan Solans who competes in WRC2 within the Teo Martín structure.

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