B-Quik Absolute Racing is ready for the final round of Thailand Super Series (TSS) 2022 which sees the series return to Buriram’s Chang International Circuit next weekend (8-11 December) for the third and final time this year with everything to play for in the Super Car GT3 Drivers’ and Teams’ championships as well as the Super Car GTC Drivers’ title race.
We go into the season finale holding slender leads in key championship classifications so there is huge pressure on the team to build on these and turn in an inch perfect weekend.
In Super Car GT3 Sandy Stuvik, chasing a hattrick of titles, and Akash Nandy, looking to claim the ultimate Thai crown in his TSS rookie year, hold a very slender 5 point advantage over the title rival crew of the #11 Honda NSX. It’s down to these two cars for the title.
As five points is less than the scoring difference between P1 and P2 it’s effectively a dead heat and a ‘winner takes all scenario’ is set to unfold in the North East.
Sandy and Akash are in scintillating form, they’ve a new partnership and have really gelled together as the season has progressed and most importantly, they know how to fight for every inch of a racetrack! The team will be aiming to give them a car to get the job done, so it’s all to play for.
In Super Car GT3 AM, former Super Car GT3 Drivers’ Overall champion Daniel Bilski and fellow Australian, emerging driver Philip Massoud, will be looking to close in on the title, theycurrently trail the leading car by 7 points and will most likely need a win if they are to bridge the gap.
In the Super Car GT3 Team’s’ championship B-Quik Absolute Racing has a 30 point cushion at the top. That gives us a little bit of breathing space to manage the situation but we will need all the cars scoring high points in both races if we are to reclaim this title. It’s a title that as a team we badly want to win.
In Super Car GTC Adisak Tangyphuncharoen has a 13-point advantage at the top of the standings in what is his Super Car rookie year. He’s got faster and faster with each round and will need to carry that form into next weekend as he has several key rivals snapping at his heels and well within distance of being able to overhaul him.
We’re also delighted to welcome a new driver into the team for the final round. Iaro Razanakoto has been racing in TSS for three years, quickly working his way up the ladder and is now ready to step up to Super Car. The 27-year-old Madagascan driver has greatly impressed the team and we are looking forward to see what he can extract from our Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport.
The B-Quik Junior team will also be in action with a pair of Honda Brios for Adisak Tangyphuncharoen and Attapon Kaewarsa in Super Eco and a Toyota vios for Sathaporn Veerachue in Super Showroom.
It’s going to be a crucial weekend for B-Quik Absolute Racing with so many titles on a knife edge.
Source. FastTrack Media
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