Huff fully committed ahead of 2016 WTCC season
"LADA will return with a new chassis"
Rob Huff will enter his 12th season of FIA World Touring Car Championship competition “100 per cent committed” to achieving more WTCC success.
Huff, whose 249 WTCC starts is a championship record, endured his first winless campaign since 2006, ending the year P10 in the final standings, albeit with podiums in Russia and Japan in his Rosneft-backed LADA Vesta, which was readied for action just before the start of the 2015 season in Argentina.
Following a tough end to the year in Qatar last month, where handling woes and brake issues resulted in two non-scores, the Briton remained in the Middle East to look back on 2015 and prepare his bid for more WTCC glory in 2016.
“I took a week out in Dubai with my family and I’ll have some time to reflect on the past year, think about the future and plan my assault on the 2016 WTCC – my 12th consecutive season at the pinnacle of international touring car competition,” said Huff. “LADA will return with a new chassis and some engineering improvements that I’m sure will make a significant difference and I will be 100 per cent committed as always.”
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