Daniel Lloyd returns to Spain this week looking to end his 2020 TCR Europe campaign on a high note as the season reaches its climax on the historic Circuito del Jarama on the Northern outskirts of Madrid  (6-7 November).

After leading the championship standings in the early stages, a series of unfortunate and ultimately costly incidents derailed the Yorkshireman’s title hopes and he heads into the final two rounds of the year currently placed 5th.

Although mathematically still in title contention – being 48 points adrift with a maximum of 90 points available – Lloyd carries 50kg of ballast into the season finale and expects a tough battle on track.

“It’s been a rollercoaster of a season for us;” commented Lloyd. “Our campaign started strongly with wins and podiums, and we looked to have a good shot at the title this year. Unfortunately, things have conspired against us in the last few meetings and we’re now on the back foot for the final weekend.”

“Although it’s doable on paper, in reality, the title is pretty much out of our reach, sadly. That doesn’t mean that we’re giving up though. We still have a job to do this weekend, and we’ll be pushing hard to close the gap as much as we can.”

“The 50kg of weight again is far from ideal, especially on such a tight and twisty track. I know that the Brutal Fish Racing Team will do their best though, and we’ll be taking the fight down to the last lap.”

Qualifying for round 11 of the TCR Europe series takes place at 15.00 local time (14.00 UK time) on Friday (6 November) with the final two 17-lap races of the 2020 season scheduled for 11.05 local time (10.05 UK time) and 13.55 local time (12.55 UK time) on Saturday (7 November).
 
TCR Europe season finale
 Daniel Lloyd returns to Spain this week looking to end his 2020 TCR Europe campaign on a high note as the season reaches its climax on the historic Circuito del Jarama on the Northern outskirts of Madrid  (6-7 November).

After leading the championship standings in the early stages, a series of unfortunate and ultimately costly incidents derailed the Yorkshireman’s title hopes and he heads into the final two rounds of the year currently placed 5th.

Although mathematically still in title contention – being 48 points adrift with a maximum of 90 points available – Lloyd carries 50kg of ballast into the season finale and expects a tough battle on track.

“It’s been a rollercoaster of a season for us;” commented Lloyd. “Our campaign started strongly with wins and podiums, and we looked to have a good shot at the title this year. Unfortunately, things have conspired against us in the last few meetings and we’re now on the back foot for the final weekend.”

“Although it’s doable on paper, in reality, the title is pretty much out of our reach, sadly. That doesn’t mean that we’re giving up though. We still have a job to do this weekend, and we’ll be pushing hard to close the gap as much as we can.”

“The 50kg of weight again is far from ideal, especially on such a tight and twisty track. I know that the Brutal Fish Racing Team will do their best though, and we’ll be taking the fight down to the last lap.”

Qualifying for round 11 of the TCR Europe series takes place at 15.00 local time (14.00 UK time) on Friday (6 November) with the final two 17-lap races of the 2020 season scheduled for 11.05 local time (10.05 UK time) and 13.55 local time (12.55 UK time) on Saturday (7 November).
 
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