Well, the car is nearly finished. It finally looks like a car now, and we’re preparing to test it on the track of Calafat, in Spain. So we’re nearly there.
What made you change cars when your previous one was so successful?
We’ve always gotten huge support from Toyota GB, and with the launch of the new Toyota Corolla we have an opportunity to further partner with Toyota and turn their new hatchback into a race car. The Corolla is a very important name in motorsport with a long racing heritage, and we actually own one of the classic Corolla race cars as well.
A new season with a new car is always a challenge. What are your expectations?
When developing a new car, there are definitely always going to be challenges. But we don’t see this year as a development year or anything. We want to go straight for the win from the start. We had great pace last year, so we don’t see why we can’t repeat that this season. Our main aim is actually for the 2020 season, which is to be successful with the Corolla in 2019 so we can enter two cars in 2020.