The points haul was enough for Craft Racing to secure 2nd place in the GTC class and claim the coveted invitation to the 2014 24 Hours of Le Mans in France.
To pursue the team’s development and reinforce its management structure OAK Racing is betting on two new trustworthy and experienced collaborators.
3 Hour of Sepang brings the final results for the Asian Le Mans Series inaugural season.
The OAK Racing Team Total squad won the first titles in the history of the Asian Le Mans Series by two points.
The basis of the sporting regulations changes for 2014 are to make Asian LMS more inclusive.
With some overnight rain, and a little more this morning, the track started a bit slippery and all teams went out on wets.
Almost all the cars were out on the brilliant Sepang International Ciruit for the 1st of 3 Free Practice sessions.
The aim of this new prototype is to supply teams and drivers with a low-cost ensemble, which will allow them to make their debut in endurance racing.
The #91 BMW will replace the team’s McLaren MP-4 12C GT3 that AAI-RSTRADA has used in all previous rounds of this year’s Asian LMS.
OAK Racing Team Total's all-Chinese team managed to convert their pole position start into a victory ahead of their close rival #18 KCMG.
Starting second on the grid will be AF Corse's #77 as Andrea Bertolini continued their success from yesterday's Free Practice sessions.
The two hour-long free practice sessions were completed without any major issues.
The Zhuhai International Circuit will now become the first Chinese circuit to host a race in the 2013 Asian LMS.
Cong Fu Cheng from OAK Racing drove fantastically to seal pole position with a fastest lap time of 1'34.253