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SHANGHAI 888 HEADLINES GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA’S REVAMPED 2020 CALENDAR

One of the region’s biggest endurance races, the Shanghai 888, will headline GT World Challenge Asia’s fourth season next year following confirmation of the championship’s 2020 calendar. Updates to the provisional schedule issued in July see Thailand’s round at Buriram reinstated and Shanghai now hosting separate sprint and endurance events. Its second, the season-ending Shanghai … Continue reading

B-QUIK RACING SECURES THE TRIPLE CROWN AT THAILAND SUPER SERIES SEASON FINALE

What a weekend! What a season! The final round of Thailand Super Series (TSS) 2019, held last weekend at Chang International Circuit, netted us the Drivers’ Overall and Teams’ titles in Super Car GT3 and, added to the Drivers’ AM title which we wrapped up during the last round, that made it a clean sweep … Continue reading

B-QUIK RACING GEARS UP TO ENTER THIRD “EVO” IN BURIRAM

B-Quik Racing will head for the final round of Thailand Super Series (TSS) 2019 with a significantly strengthened line up as we add a third Audi R8 LMS GT3 Evo to our roster, which will be driven on the occasion by Rio Haryanto and Andrew Haryanto. The closing weekend of TSS will takes place at … Continue reading

WAKO’S 4CR LC500 WINS SUPER GT AT BURIRAM FROM POLE POSITION

The Chang SUPER GT RACE, Round 4 of the 2019 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series, was run on June 30th (Sun.) at the Chang International Circuit (4,554m × 66 laps) in Buriram, Thailand. In the GT500 class, the No. 6 WAKO’S 4CR LC500 driven by Kazuya Oshima and Kenta Yamashita started from pole position and ran … Continue reading

WAKO’S 4CR LC500 TAKES SUPER GT POLE AT BURIRAM

The qualifying for the Chang SUPER GT RACE, Round 4 of the 2019 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series, took place on June 29 at the Chang International Circuit (one lap 4,554m) in Buriram, Thailand. The GT500 class pole position winner was the No. 6 WAKO’S 4CR LC500 driven by Kazuya Oshima and Kenta Yamashita with a … Continue reading

B-QUIK RACING EXTENDS WINNING RUN IN BURIRAM

Another superb weekend for B-Quik Racing Co. Ltd. TM (“B-Quik Racing”) as the second round of Thailand Super Series (“TSS”) 2019 took the teams to Buriram’s Chang International Circuit where victory in Race 2 was claimed by our #26 Audi R8 LMS GT3 Evo in the hands of Henk Kiks and Daniel Bilski, their second … Continue reading

CRAFT-BAMBOO RACING VICTORIOUS IN BLANCPAIN GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA GT4, CHALLENGING WEEKEND IN GT3

Rounds 3 & 4 of the 2019 Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia series were held at the Chang International Circuit in Buriram, Thailand. The team were confident going into the weekend, and strong pace meant that Craft-Bamboo Racing’s Alessio Picariello and Darryl O’Young managed to score pole positions for the #88 and #99 cars. In … Continue reading

WINNING WEEKEND FOR B-QUIK RACING IN BURIRAM

Another terrific weekend for B-Quik Racing Co. Ltd. TM (“B-Quik Racing”) as we chalked up a GT3 AM Cup win in Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia in Buriram to cap off a double podium finish from the two races. Victory in last Sunday’s Race 2 was one of the hardest fought and most satisfying wins … Continue reading

INTHRAPHUVASAK AND IMPERATORI TAKE BLANCPAIN GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA BURIRAM RACE 2 VICTORY

Vutthikorn Inthraphuvasak resisted late pressure from Yuan Bo to claim his and Panther/AAS Motorsport team-mate Alex Imperatori’s maiden Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia victory on home soil at Buriram today. The two Porsches took the chequered flag 0.9s apart after a late Safety Car period helped Absolute Racing’s Bo close in. However, he and Jono … Continue reading

CHOI AND METZGER POWER TO FIRST GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA VICTORIES AT BURIRAM

MG Choi and Manuel Metzger secured theirs and Solite Indigo Racing’s maiden Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia victories by winning the weekend’s first race at Chang International Circuit this afternoon. The Mercedes-AMG duo beat Absolute Racing’s Tanart Sathienthirakul and Philip Hamprecht by nine seconds thanks, in part, to the Porsche’s Success Penalty, while Weiron Tan … Continue reading

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