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Round 2 of the MotoIQ Pacific Tuner Car Championships Kicks Off May 4 03 May 2013, 11:25 am

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The MotoIQ Pacific Tuner Car Championships are returning for Round 2 this Saturday and Sunday at Willow Springs International Raceway. Michele Abbate and the Dynamic Autosports team are going to be back in action at the event, looking to get their championship defense back on track after taking some rough hits during Round 1.

Related: Dynamic Autosports Scion tC Specs and Info

An extended break between rounds gave the Dynamic Autosports team a chance to fit the car with new axles as well as a new motor. The 350 horsepower that their tC is pushing out should give them an advantage on the long straightaways at Willow Springs, while Michele’s pedigree as a driver will be instrumental in shaving precious seconds off the clock.

Related: MotoIQ Round 2 2012 Recap from Michele Abbate

Michele and the team are currently tied for 3rd place in the MPTCC Tuner Under division, but sit only 12 points behind the series’ current leader. With a little luck on their side, they’ll be able to regain pole position in the race for the 2013 championship.

Video: Michele Abbate Scion Racing Team Day Interview



Video: Scion Racing Team Day 2012 – Scion tC

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