Why Tomcat’s return is the best for the sport
Posted On July 7, 2021
As Tomcat returns, we take a look at why it’s the best time to bet on the sport.
1/5 5) Tomcat – the cat’s whiskers A few years ago, we told you how Tomcat would be returning to the sport’s spotlight with its first full-scale road race since 2008.
This year, the cat is already racing at full-time and its already the biggest, most successful and fastest cat in the world.
With a total of just over 1,000 entrants in the race and a race-winning car, Tomcat is now the biggest cat in world history.
Its been a while since we’ve seen such an impressive result, so lets look back at how it started and how it ended.
1) The car went into a spin It wasn’t until the final lap of the race that the first real chance of success came in the form of a serious rear wing failure.
This, however, was only a one-off.
With the race winding down, the driver, Mark Thompson, was forced to pit for an emergency brake upgrade and the team were quickly alerted to the problem.
The car was spun out and a tow truck took over the reins.
After some time, the car’s chassis stabilised and Thompson was able to restart the race.
2) The winner is Tomcat 3) The race ends with the winner in the yellow hat 3) You can’t win the race with just a cat You’d think a race winner in a cat’s race would have had a bit more time to recover from the spin, but this was no exception.
The win was finally secured by a Tomcat-designed car that, with a combination of a fully upgraded chassis and new, faster and more powerful power unit, had just over a second to go before the clock ran out.
3) In a nutshell, it’s a win for all involved Tomcat are celebrating their 10th anniversary this year, which will bring the cat to the front of the pack for the first time in its history.
Tomcat will also celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Cat in the Garage project, which has been running since the mid-1990s.
4) It’s the longest race in history 5) It will be the biggest race in the history of the sport After winning the race, the team was then able to officially reveal the result.
In a way, this was the most impressive thing about the race as we were able to watch it unfold from the back of the grid.
The result was a win that we will all be very proud of, although the result was ultimately decided by the team itself, who were the first to start the race in their full kit and driver’s car.
Tomcats success is also in keeping with the team’s mission to bring the sport to the next level.
6) The future is bright for the cat as the future is wild, too Tomcat has always been a fan favourite and it’s no surprise that they are now one of the most sought after racing cars in the sport as a result.
They have also shown great promise in their maiden race at the 2017 Le Mans 24 Hours, which saw them overtake the Mercedes-AMG GT3.
This was followed by a fourth consecutive win at the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
In the process of winning a second consecutive Le Mans win, Tomcats fans also celebrated a new era in the company with a new car for the 2018 season.
Tom’s cars and drivers have become a part of the history books, with their cars now being displayed in a museum in Paris.
The fact that Tomcat have already built a brand new car, a first for the company, is a testament to their determination and will only strengthen their position in the top 10.
7) There’s no way to escape Tomcat after 10 years Tomcats success will have left the cat with no other choice than to move on and try to recapture the glory of the past.
In 2018, they are hoping to rekindle their momentum and return to their winning ways.
8) Tomcats future is up in the air Tomcats legacy is certainly one that has already lived on and there’s no doubt that Tomcats will continue to be the top cat of the world, but with a huge gap to fill in the championship, its time for the team to put their money where their mouth is. 9) TomCat will never again be the fastest cat, nor the fastest driver 10) Tom Cats legacy is still being celebrated 11) Tom Cat’s success has shown the world what a truly great team can achieve.
In order to achieve their goals of bringing racing back to the city, they need to continue to keep the sport relevant to the public and, most importantly, the fans.
Tom Cat are a great example of how to make the most of a sport that is already so popular, but what we really need to remember is that, even in the age of globalisation, the importance of a truly good team is