Campos Racing's plans to enter the World Touring Car Championship have been called into question after N.Technology revealed it has put its two Honda Accords up for sale.
N.Technology went into liquidation last month after revealing it was to suspend its participation in the WTCC, with a statement issued at the time revealing that its assets were to move to Adrian Campos' team – with N.Technology supplying technical equipment and the cars in view of a possible WTCC entry.
However, an advert for the two cars has now appeared on the N.Technology website, with both cars having been rebuilt for the 2009 campaign and featuring new engines and data from the 2008 campaign.
The advert also offers 'high profile engineers and mechanics' for factory and trackside support, while 'engine service, development and rebuilding are provided on demand'.
Reports suggest that the Campos team is still looking to try and enter the WTCC and is examining other options, although it remains to be seen what will now happen to the Accords.