Tony Lynch is fully focused on rewarding his team for its hard work throughout 2010 in the final rounds of the Quaife MSA British Rallycross Championship this weekend at Pembrey.

Tony, from Westhoughton near Wigan, secured second place in the Suzuki Swift standings last time out at Blyton but the teams’ championship is still all to play for heading into the Welsh race meeting.

Tony’s team, Team Geriatric, is embroiled in a heated four-way fight for second place in the teams’ standings with Steve Hill Motorsport, Doran Motorsport and Scott Electrical and with that in mind, he will be racing to reward his team for the way in which is has worked during the season.

That included working until the eleventh hour to make sure he was able to take part in the opening rounds of the year after the programme to compete in the Suzuki Swifts was only concluded at the last minute.

“It was great to wrap up second place behind Dave Bellerby at Blyton, but its still all to play for for the team this weekend,” he said. “The likes of Steve Hill Motorsport and Doran Motorsport are top teams and if we can secure second place in that kind of company then it will be a job well done.

“Considering how late everything came together at the start of the year, this has been a great season for us and I want to go out at Pembrey and get a good result for the boys. They’ve done a brilliant job for me all season and without them, I wouldn’t even be in a position to go out and race. I might be the one driving the car on track, but this is a team game so I want to do it for them.”