TRIPLE EIGHT RACING MG
The Triple Eight Racing MG6 cars were getting bit long in the tooth. They have been in the championship since 2012 with very little in the way of upgrades.
However, the introduction of the new Rml-constructed parts this season has revolutionised the car. The team was one of those that didn’t go the whole way with the upgrades, choosing only to bolt on selected parts of the new kit that is available. That blend has suited the car superbly.
It has a turn of pace in the wet that it hasn’t had before and it is able to look after its rubber better than it has done at any time in its history.
Add to that the two young chargers behind the wheel: Josh Cook and Ashley Sutton. Cook was already a podium finisher in hism aiden season in 2015, but he has come up against the extremely impressive Sutton, fresh from winning the Renault Clio Cup. Sutton won at Croft and took pole at Donington Park to show he is a man for the future, a charger who isn't afraid to get his elbows out. Cook hasn't been far off him and will push hard to turn the tables over the latter part of the season.