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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

CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING WEEKEND FOR B-QUIK RACING IN BURIRAM

B-Quik Racing signed off Thailand Super Series (“TSS”) 2018 in real style with a superb weekend in Buriram that netted us two championship titles, race wins and podiums. We achieved all our objectives for the weekend – and on top of that there was plenty more icing on the cake. All our drivers performed superbly … Continue reading

B-QUIK RACING READY TO END TSS SEASON ON A HIGH NOTE

B-Quik Racing Co. Ltd. TM (“B-Quik”) is gearing up for the final round of Thailand Super Series (“TSS”) 2018 which takes place at Buriram’s Chang International Circuit this coming weekend with the Super Car GTM Drivers’ and Teams’ titles being in focus for the long trip up to the North East. It’s going to be … Continue reading

LATE PUNCTURE IN THAILAND COSTS WALKINSHAW & TAKAGI CERTAIN GT300 PODIUM IN SUPER GT

Autobacs Racing Team Aguri team-mates Sean Walkinshaw and Shinichi Takagi experienced extreme misfortune during round four of the Super GT Championship season at Chang International Circuit in Thailand on Sunday, 1st July, when a late-race puncture cost a certain GT300 podium. Running in second position with just a couple of laps to go, Walkinshaw was … Continue reading

B-QUIK YOUNG DRIVER PROGRAMME DIGS IN AT BURIRAM

Our first weekend in the “Toyota Motorsport” championship is done! A very good job by our young driver Jerasak Kongplab in our new #126 Toyota Vios and also a very good job by the young crew that supported him all weekend, setting up and preparing the new car. With the Toyota Motorsport “One Make Race” … Continue reading

DENSO KOBELCO SARD LC500 WINS SUPER GT AT CHANG INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT

The Chang SUPER GT RACE, Round 4 of the 2018 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series, was run on July 1th at the Chang International Circuit (4,554m × 66 laps) in Buriram, Thailand. In the GT500 class, the No. 39 DENSO KOBELCO SARD LC500 driven by Heikki Kovalainen and Kamui Kobayashi came from 3rd position on the … Continue reading

MOTUL MUGEN NSX-GT TEAM TAKES ITS FIRST SUPER GT POLE POSITION AFTER RETURNING TO GT 500

The qualifying for the Chang SUPER GT RACE, Round 4 of the 2018 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series, took place on June 30 at the Chang  International Circuit (one lap 4,554m) in Buriram, Thailand. The GT500  class pole position winner was the No. 16 MOTUL MUGEN NSX-GT driven by Hideki Mutoh and Daisuke Nakajima with a course record … Continue reading

B-QUIK “YOUNG DRIVER PROGRAMME” HEADS FOR BURIRAM

The B-Quik Co. Ltd TM (“B-Quik”) “Young Driver Programme” takes another step forward this weekend as we enter the “Toyota Motorsport” championship for the first time on the occasion of its high profile visit to Buriram’s Chang International Circuit. High profile – because this weekend the competitors in Toyota Motorsport will be supporting the visit … Continue reading

HIGH HOPES FOR NISSAN AS SUPER GT HEADS TO THAILAND

Super GT heads to Thailand this weekend with Nissan hoping to replicate its impressive pace from last year when former GT Academy winner Jann Mardenborough starred. The Welshman qualified second last year and ran second for much of the race. Sadly, the No. 12 Team IMPUL Nissan GT-R NISMO GT500 suffered a late-race issue which … Continue reading

POINTS LEADING SUPER GT RACER WALKINSHAW TARGETING SILVERWARE AS SEASON RESUMES IN THAILAND

Six long weeks since the Super GT Championship was last in action, the world-renowned series will resume this coming weekend at Chang International Circuit in Thailand where GT300 points leader Sean Walkinshaw is aiming to add to his 2018 haul of silverware. Marking the only visit outside Japan for Super GT, the fourth event of … Continue reading

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