Patrik Flodin unable to start Tour de Corse with PSEngineering. New driver will be Marty McCormack.

Following an operation on his collarbone Patrik Flodin is unfortunately not able to attend the next IRC-event, Tour de Corse. He will be replaced by 27-year-old Martin McCormack. Marty is a well-known name for many, as he is the 2011 British Formula 2 Rally Champion and also the 2011 British Junior Rally Champion.

– This is really just unlucky, says Patrik. – I hurt my collarbone first while out running, but only found out later that an operation was needed. I’m in recovery now, and everything is looking good for the Ypres Rally.

Petter Solberg is convinced Marty will be a good replacement for Patrik. – Talk about bad luck for Patrik, says Petter. – But he is recovering every day now, so things are looking promising for having him back for Ypres. In the mean time, I am convinced Marty will be a great driver for the team, and I’m very happy he could join the team on such a short notice.

Patrik Flodin will be back with PSEngineering in time for the Ypres Rally, 22 -23 of June.

PSEngineering is a Sweden-based company, owned by former World Rally Champion Petter Solberg. PSEngineering will contest 7 IRC-events in the 2012 with Patrik Flodin, and 2 events with Kristian Sohlberg. For more info about PSEngineering, check out the new website www.psengineering.se.