The two green Aston Martin Vantage GT3’s will take to the grid in the GTC class along with a brand new Craft Entry in an Oreca-Nissan Prototype in LMP2.
A victory in the Sepang 3 Hours on 8th December will help the French team to win the 2013 Asian Le Mans Series.
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.
Prior to the official start of the Asian Le Mans Series weekend in f Zhuhai, the teams were able to test the circuit and set-up their cars.
The Zhuhai International Circuit will now become the first Chinese circuit to host a race in the 2013 Asian LMS.
James Winslow and his two KCMG LMP2 co-drivers Richard Bradley and Hiroshi Koizumi ended the 3 hour event in Fuji with the victory
Cong Fu Cheng from OAK Racing drove fantastically to seal pole position with a fastest lap time of 1'34.253
James Winslow and KCMG will be hoping to be on top of the podium again at Round 2 of the 2013 Asian Le Mans Series - 3 Hours of Fuji - on September 22nd.
The change of venue will elevate both the prestige and quality of Asian Le Mans Series and the final race of the season.
First race and first victory in the Asian Le Mans Series thanks to Wyatt, Bertolini and Rugolo in their Ferrari 458 Italia GT3
Ho-Pin Tung secured pole position for OAK Racing on qualifying for tomorrow’s 3 Hours of Inje race.
OAK Racing #24 and Craft Racing #007 were the fastest LMP2 and GT cars in Free Practice 3 respectively
KC Motorgroup Limited is an international motor sport team formed in 2007 by Paul Ip, with headquarters in Hong Kong and operations reaching across the Asia Pacific region.
The first race of the 2014 Asian Le Mans Series in South Korea will take place this coming weekend.