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  Volvo S60 BTCS

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Country of origin:Sweden
Produced in:2010
Source:Company press release
Last updated:April 13, 2010
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Click here to download printer friendly versionJust weeks after the all-new Volvo S60 was introduced to the public, the latest Volvo model is also being unveiled in a racing version. Volvo Cars Belgium will enter the new car in the 2010 season of the Belgian Touring Car Series. Volvo fans will not need to wait long to see the latest model in action since the premiere takes place on April 11.

"We are very happy about this development," says Bart Crols, Managing Director at Volvo Cars Belgium. "The all-new Volvo S60 sports sedan is Volvo's most exciting driving experience so far and there is no better way to show this than by bringing it to the race track. Volvo and the all-new S60 have a special place in the people's hearts here as several Volvo models, including the new S60, are built in Belgium at theVolvo Cars Ghent plant."

The new Volvo S60 race car has been developed in record time locally by Volvo's Belgian S60 Racing Team. It has been developed in accordance with the BTCS Silhouette S1 regulations which put a major emphasis on standardised features. All cars must use a tubular chassis, the same type of front and rear suspension and aerodynamics. A uniform type of engine specification is also available but manufacturers are allowed to use own engines.

The Volvo S60 Racing Team will also operate the car at all BTCS races and the drivers are Vincent Radermecker and Eric Van De Poele.

"It has been a hectic period, but we have received great assistance from Volvo Cars' Motorsport department" says Thomas Neri, Team Manager for the Volvo S60 Racing Team. He continues: "Our main objective is to get up to speed and to compete well in the various heats. Next season we hope to put our own in-house developed engine in the car."

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