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Cox out to recapture 2022 form

TCR Australia regular Jordan Cox is eyeing a return to form after a disappointing 2023 campaign.

Having been a genuine contender for the 2022 title, Cox was circumspect en route to sixth overall last season – and convincingly outperformed by Garry Rogers Motorsport Peugeot teammate Aaron Cameron.

Back for another shot in his Schaeffler-backed #33, the 30-year-old is determined to swiftly rediscover his winning ways.

“TCR is one of the most competitive series in Australia, and with a few more strong contenders coming in it’s only getting tougher,” said Cox.

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“Every year we start off with the intention to fight for the title.

“2022 was a good year for us, and we’ll be looking to recapture that form in 2024.

“The Peugeot is pretty tapped out, but the GRM crew have been doing an excellent job in maximising what we’ve got.

Jordan Cox with his Schaeffler Peugeot. Pic: Supplied/Race Project

“We know at every track what the window is and the formula we need to produce the speed.

“We’ve had a bit of a reset in the break, and we’re ready to get stuck back into it.”

GRM is due to debut four new-specification Peugeot 308 TCRs mid-year.

TCR Australia will feature at this weekend’s Sandown Shannons SpeedSeries round, running February 9-11.

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