The change of venue will elevate both the prestige and quality of Asian Le Mans Series and the final race of the season.
Due to homologation issues at Sentul International Circuit in Indonesia organisers have moved Round 4 of the 2013 Asian Le Mans Series to Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia. The race will still take place on the weekend of the 8th of December and the weekend will be shared with Sepang’s popular annual 1000km endurance race SK1.
The change of venue will elevate both the prestige and quality of Asian Le Mans Series and the final race of the season. The move reflects the determination of Asian Le Mans Series to visit the finest race tracks in Asia as it strives to become the premier endurance race series in the region.
As a Grade-1 circuit Sepang hosts a number of top international motorsports events including F1, MotoGP, SuperGT and MME. There will be notable benefits for teams, organisers, and supporters as with its timing at the end of the calendar for most major endurance and GT series’ there will be a number of teams that will be able to join for a final race of the year. With a rich history in motorsports and as a base for some of the best teams in the Asia Malaysia is an ideal destination for Asian Le Mans Series.
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