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Interview with Steve Armstrong of RL Racing

From my point of view, yes. I'm biased. That is my view and it always will be. It is my view that they shouldn't go until they could drive a road-car. Looking at the picture it's a slightly biased view, but I would say they had a plan and they stuck to it. From the day Max started with me aged nine, the plan was to go into T-Cars at 14. It's paid off. It wasn't a desperate move to get him into cars, it was the way they wanted to play it. They wanted to do a year in T-Cars to learn the circuits so when he hit F3 he knew he had a basic idea of the corners of the circuits across Britain.

Crash.net:
In regards to RL Racing for 2013, are you hoping to have permanent facilities at PFi? The news over the winter was you were moving there.

Steve Armstrong:
We're there now. We've now secured a third garage now so we have three garages in line. The empire's growing a little bit. We've got a double garage where we build and preparation etc. We've got another garage next door where we store the engine and the carburettors. It's all coming together quite nicely.

Crash.net:
Do you still have seats available?

Steve Armstrong:
One drive for Junior Max and there's three, maybe four drives for the Euromax Challenge.

For further information about the drives contact Steve Armstrong at 07843 586 416 or email at accounts.rlracingdept@live.co.uk



Tagged as: Max Chilton , PFI , RL Racing

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