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EBM GIGA RACING’S D’SILVA AND BAMBER EASE TO GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA RACE 2 VICTORY AT SEPANG

Adrian D’Silva and Earl Bamber overcome their 10-second Success Penalty to triumph in the second Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS race at Sepang earlier today. EBM Giga Racing’s Porsches were denied a one-two by Triple Eight JMR’s Prince Abu Ibrahim and Jazeman Jaafar whose Mercedes-AMG pulled clear of Setiawan Santoso and Reid … Continue reading

TEAM UEMATSU’S McLAREN 720 GT3 JOINS JAPAN CUP ENTRY

Team Uematsu make their Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS debut this season after becoming the latest outfit to submit a Japan Cup entry. The four-round championship within a championship takes place at Suzuka, Fuji, Sugo and Okayama, which also collectively comprise two thirds of Asia’s pan-continental calendar. The regular season begins at … Continue reading

NAGAI AND KAMIMURA RETURN FOR JAPAN CUP ASSAULT WITH PORSCHE

Hiroaki Nagai, Yuta Kamimura and Porsche Center Okazaki are the latest Japanese GT3 combination to confirm a Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS entry for the coming campaign. The Nine Racing-run outfit, which was previously known as ARN Racing, contested a full season in 2019 with the same Porsche 911 GT3 R that … Continue reading

D’STATION, ABSSA AND CARGUY FIRST TO CONFIRM GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA JAPAN CUP ENTRIES

D’Station Racing, ABSSA and CarGuy Racing will contest Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS’s new Japan Cup this season. Specific championship points are awarded to Japanese teams and drivers competing at Suzuka, Fuji, Sugo and Okayama, which collectively comprise two thirds of SRO Motorsports Group’s Asian calendar. Sepang stages the wider continental series’ … Continue reading

JAPAN CUP JOINS GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA IN 2022

2022’s Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS campaign will incorporate the Japan Cup, a new ‘championship within a championship’ for Japanese teams and drivers. Points counting towards the Japan Cup classification will be awarded at four of next season’s six events. Suzuka and Fuji’s existing July dates remain unchanged and will be joined … Continue reading

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