Adam Morgan is going to continue in the British Touring Car Championship next year. The Brit is going to race for Ciceley Racing, run by his father Russell Morgan.
“We have a lot of work to do and a lot of stuff to sort out, but it should be great and I am really looking forward to it. This is a family team and everyone likes really to get stuck in and to help out,” said Adam Morgan.
Morgan is going to drive Dynojet Racing’s 2011 Toyota Avensis, the same model of car as he raced in the BTCC this year for Speedworks Motorsport.
“The only sadness is that it means the end of our fruitful association with Speedworks Motorsport. Christian Dick and his team have worked tirelessly on Adam’s behalf throughout this season and have helped bring him on in leaps and bounds, for which we will be eternally grateful. This was not an easy decision for us and finances were the main consideration,” said Russell Morgan.
The 24-year-old, who finished 19th overall and 15th of the independents, is aiming to become a top ten regular next year.
“Now we are going to crack on and hopefully get the Toyota ready well before the season starts so we can get out testing. We would really like to get everything done well in advance and get five or six days of testing in the bag so that we are fully prepared and ready to go, and hopefully we can then hit the ground running. This year was a challenging one for me. I learned a great deal about the car and about setup. I believe I showed that I have the pace to compete in the top 10. Now it is all about now getting the results,” said Adam Morgan.