CAN: Audette Racing partners with Auto Analyser Racing

Audette Racing and Auto Analyser join their forces for 2010 in CCTCC. Boisbriand, May 10th 2010 Audette Racing has just added a new teammate to its lineup by making arrangements with Andrew Wojteczko from Auto Analyser Racing. Andrew will be with ...

CAN: Audette Racing partners with Auto Analyser Racing

Audette Racing and Auto Analyser join their forces for 2010 in CCTCC.
Boisbriand, May 10th 2010

Audette Racing has just added a new teammate to its lineup by making arrangements with Andrew Wojteczko from Auto Analyser Racing. Andrew will be with the Audette Racing team for the full season.

Andrew will help the team with data acquisition, chassis setup, coaching driver Mathieu Audette and to help the team in any way to win the championship. As lead driver and racecar engineer with Auto Analyser Racing, Andrew's results in the Castrol Championship are a testament to his abilities by using sound racecar engineering to elevate the Lexus' handling limits and earning five wins in the 2009 season.

'' I'm really happy to integrate Andrew into our team. He's going to be a great person to work with because we are very similar drivers and personalities and we both love to work with our hands ''. Last year we were short on staff and were not able to fully analyze all our data so we figured that Andrew would really complete our great team ! We want to go one race at a time and try to develop the car on a regular basis so I think that we now have the full potential to make this happen'' says Mathieu Audette.

The Audette Racing team is going to be at the round #1 of the CCTCC at Mosport with a completly redesigned RSX and a ready to win team but will take a conservative approache. '' All I want this year is to finish all of the races and take advantage of the opportunities that come to me ''.

Audette Racing welcomes Andrew Wojteczko for the 2010 season !

-source: audette racing

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