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Mat'O Homola Tested Campos Racing Chevrolet
Posted by: newsla on Sep 05, 2014 - 04:27 PM
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Mat'O Homola Tested Campos Racing Chevrolet

ETCC front runner Mat’o Homola tested Hugo Valente’s Chevrolet RML Cruze TC1 at Barcelona, earlier this week.
The test at Circuit de Catalunya was organised in cooperation between Eurosport Events and Campos Racing.


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“I had never been at the track before, so I had to learn it in my first laps. And having driven rear-wheel drive race cars in the three latest years, I had to get used to drive a front-wheel drive. However, it took me only while to get my bearings. And the feeling was great! The TC1 Cruze has more power and I was improving at each lap. Working with the team was easy and this helped me to understand how to handle the car,” Homola commented, adding: “Why we did the test? Because I’m really pushing to be the first Slovak driver in WTCC, and I believe this test will definitely help me to join the championship next year!”

In Short...
Eurosport Events, the FIA WTCC promoter, has released a media report from Repucom after the first 6 events of the 2014 season.
All three indicators are showing an uptrend: broadcast time, cumulative audience and media impact.

Broadcast time has increased from the 2013 season by 9,6%, with 546 hours of international broadcast delivered over first 6 events;

Media impact has increased by 42,5% over 2013 season. This was due to better audiences for the dedicated coverage, but also due to an improved presence in news programs, despite the strong competition from the FIFA World Cup;

Live broadcasts ratings on Eurosport raised by 40% over 2013, the strongest growth year on year over last 10 years;

All in all, cumulative audience of the first 6 events raised by 33% across 92 different channels worldwide of which, 61 free to air channels and 31 on cable or satellite channels, or pan-regional channels in over 188 countries.

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