While the team has yet to reveal its plans for the season ahead, Team Dynamics has hit the track at Rockingham for pre-season running with its Honda Civic.
Matt Neal hit the track at the wheel of the heavily-revised car for the test and is likely to make a return to the family-run squad for the 2010 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season following Vauxhall's decision to leave the sport.
Team boss Steve Neal has already revealed he would like to partner Neal with former F1 racer Johnny Herbert – although that move would be dependent on sponsorship being found to fund the programme.
The focus for the test was to try out a series of changes made to the car during the winter, with Neal declaring himself happy with the day's running despite poor weather conditions.
“Conditions today were a bit tricky as we had lots of drizzly rain, but even so there was a very good balance in the car,' Neal told BTCC.net
following Friday's session. “The car is very different to how it was when it was tucked away at the end of the 2009 season.
"There's new front and rear suspension and subframes, plus revised aerodynamics that we've developed in conjunction with MIRA. On top of that we've today run with some new engine developments from Neil Brown which were all very positive.”