The Chinese squad’s crew of Aidan Read and Alberto Di Folco scored a best result of second en route to finishing eighth overall and fourth in 2017’s Silver Cup standings, while Lin Yue claimed third in the Am Cup points.
This year’s driver pairings will be announced in due course, although the team has confirmed a new Pro/Am entry will accompany its Silver Cup return.
“We’re really happy to come back to race in the most competitive GT championship in Asia again,” said team owner Sean Fu Songyang. “We will have two strong drover line-ups, which will be announced in the coming weeks.
“Definitely our target is to come back and become champions and that’s something that really motivates the whole team. We will have strong support from Lamborghini Squadra Corse and we are sure that, together, we can achieve good results.”
FFF Racing Team’s two Lamborghinis join the Huracan GT3 of AMAC Motorsport, which was announced as the championship’s first-ever Australian entry in December.
Blancpain GT Series Asia’s 12-race season begins at Sepang in Malaysia on April 14/15.
Source. SRO Motorsport Group