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Frank Yu

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TEAM HONG KONG CRAFT-BAMBOO RACING FINISHES P5 IN SHORTENED, RAIN-HIT DUBAI 24 HOURS

Team Hong Kong Craft-Bamboo Racing’s line-up made up of Hong Kong athletes Jonathan Hui, Antares Au, Frank Yu and Kevin Tse had high expectations going into the 2020 Dubai 24 Hours, given their previous successes at the desert endurance race. Running a historic black and gold Mercedes-AMG livery, the team started the weekend from a … Continue reading

TEAM HONG KONG CRAFT-BAMBOO RACING CONFIRMS ENTRY FOR THE 2020 DUBAI 24 HOURS

Craft-Bamboo Racing confirms a single Mercedes-AMG GT3, four-driver entry in the coveted Dubai 24 Hours. The around-the-clock endurance race will be run on the 9th to 11th of January at the Dubai Autodrome, and is expected to be a thriller with 23 entries in the top GT3 class out of a 76 car field. Whilst … Continue reading

CRAFT-BAMBOO RACING HEADS TO THE PENULTIMATE ROUND OF THE 2019 BLANCPAIN GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA

After a strong showing at Fuji Speedway in June that saw Craft-Bamboo Racing score a podium result in GT3 and victory in GT4, the team heads to Yeongam, Korea with confidence of fighting at the front again. It has been a long waited return to the Korea International Circuit, which has given the team much … Continue reading

CRAFT-BAMBOO RACING HEADS TO HISTORIC SUZUKA WITH 4-CAR MERCEDES-AMG ENTRY

Craft-Bamboo Racing showed strong pace in the opening 2 rounds of the 2019 Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia season, which saw Craft-Bamboo Racing scoring a victory and podiums at the opening round of the season in Malaysia and two pole positions in Thailand, the first time in the team’s history. Craft-Bamboo Racing heads to Japan … 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

CRAFT-BAMBOO RACING HEADS TO THAILAND WITH HIGH EXPECTATIONS IN THE BLANCPAIN GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA

After a highly successful first weekend of the 2019 Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia at Sepang, which saw Craft-Bamboo Racing score an outright GT3 victory and podiums in both GT3 and GT4 classes, the team heads to Buriram, Thailand, with high expectations. CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS Craft-Bamboo Racing currently sit 2nd overall in the Teams Championship, with … Continue reading

CRAFT-BAMBOO RACING GEARS UP FOR A 4-CAR ASSAULT IN THE BLANCPAIN GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA

After a successful pre-season test, Craft-Bamboo Racing are looking to begin the 2019 Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia season at the Sepang International Circuit with a strong result in the team’s biggest ever line-up. Craft-Bamboo Racing, an Official Performance Team of Mercedes-AMG, will be fielding a trio of Mercedes-AMG GT3’s and a single GT4 entry … Continue reading

CRAFT-BAMBOO RACING CONFIRMS 2-CAR ASSAULT IN THE ASIA GT FESTIVAL

Craft-Bamboo Racing, an official performance team of Mercedes-AMG, confirms entry of a 2 car line-up for the inaugural Asia GT Festival at the Sepang International Circuit as part of the opening 2 rounds of the 2019 China GT Championship season. The #77 Craft-Bamboo Racing Mercedes-AMG GT3 will be driven by Malaysian star Jazeman Jaafar, alongside … Continue reading

CRAFT-BAMBOO RACING CONFIRMS PORSCHE GT3 AND GT4 BLANCPAIN GT SERIES ASIA ENTRIES

Porsche’s official Asian technical partner team, Craft-Bamboo Racing, will enter two of the German marque’s 911 GT3 Rs and a Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR in Blancpain GT Series Asia this season. The Hong Kong-based squad is one of Asia’s finest having claimed the TCR International Teams’ title in 2016. That came just a year after … Continue reading

2-TIME CHAMPION TO BATTLE ROOKIE FOR GT ASIA SERIES TITLE AT MACAU

The 2014 GT Asia Series will once more come down to its epic conclusion on the streets of Macau, with yet another title fight on the line. 12-months ago, two-time champion Mok Weng Sun battled old rival Frank Yu and China’s Peter Li Zhi Cong for the title, the three drivers separated by little points … Continue reading

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