- Toyota will field three cars in this year’s GTC Championship.
- Veteran racer Michael van Rooyen seems determined to win the cup.
- A newcomer, a 16-year-old driver, joins the team as a wingman.
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“Last year was tough, but we clearly had the pace to fight for the title,” says Michael Van Rooyen. “This year, we’re taking a slightly different approach, and I’ll have two wingmen to assist in my quest to secure the GTC title.”
Toyota Gazoo Racing SA is all set to light the wick on its assault on the 2022 motorsport season this weekend when the opening round of the Global Touring Car (GTC) championship takes place at the Killarney International Raceway in Cape Town. The 2021 season saw Toyota Corolla driver Michael van Rooyen slug it out at the head of the field, and the Rustenburg businessman will be aiming to grab as many points as possible early in the new year.