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JAPANESE GRAND PRIX
Suzuka International Racing Course. 24 September 2019
January 24, 2015
Published on tags: General Supercup Malta Force GP

 

Grech joins Team Owner Muscat in all-Maltese charge.
Malta Force has just announced that the third placed man in the 2014 Supercup Drivers' Championship and Team Owner of the team, Jason Muscat, will partner 2014 Formula Challenge driver Terence Grech in this year's all Maltese lineup. The announcement also came with a reveal of the team's car for the season ahead showing little change besides the arrival of new sponsors.

The Supercup outfit finished an uninspiring sixth in the 2014 Teams' Championship despite taking a win through Dutchman Menno Klont. However, the well established driver has moved on to Satellite Racing for the 2015 season forcing Malta Force into at least one of the two changes.

Patrick Gatewood also leaves the team after two years. The American burst onto the scene in 2013 with notably strong qualifying pace but race form which required taming. However, Gatewood waned in 2014 as the field became stronger and he is forced to look elsewhere for a drive after finding his spot taken by Grech.

Jason Muscat: "I'm pleased to be back driving for my own team alongside Terence as the team have constructed a full Maltese lineup once again. The Team's target this year will be to get hold of a top five finish in the Teams' Championship and obtain more podiums; something that has been quite rare for the team in the past three years. As a driver, the aim is to be in the top five and to fight for podiums as I did last season with Edonis. It's not going to be easy but itā??s not unachievable either."

Terence Grech: "I join Malta Force for the second time in my career and I would just like to extend my thanks to Jason for showing faith in me and letting me drive for the team. Last year was my first season in Formula Challenge and it wasnā??t a bad season managing to get a win and three podiums overall. I think I gained a lot of experience from there and now Iā??m ready to face a harder challenge and race in the Supercup. My aim for this season is to get as many points as possible because Iā??m sure that it's going to be a hard season with the new car while others have more experience from last year.Nevertheless I will try my best to get the most points possible from each race."


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