Craft-Bamboo Racing will be fighting for two victories as they enter two major Asian endurance races on the same weekend.
In 2013, Keiko Ihara drove for OAK Racing in four rounds of the FIA World Endurance Championship.
Yesterday saw another great step forward for endurance racing in Asia as 3 Hours of Inje took place at Inje Speedium to Kick-off the 2014 Asian Le Mans Series.
OAK Racing team on the way to defending its championship.
Craft-Bamboo Racing’s #77 Ligier JS-53 Evo CN Prototype started the race third on the grid.
Frank Yu will start the race for the team tomorrow.
In CN Prototype, Craft-Bamboo Racing claimed pole position.
The three-hour endurance race is scheduled to begin on Sunday
Mainland Chinese driver, Pu Jun Jin, will drive the car for the final four events of the season.
Michelin will continue to be a commercial partner and the official tire supplier for the 2014 Asian Le Mans Series.
At the wheel of a Morgan-‐Judd LM P2, a 100 per cent Asian driver line-‐up will race in the five events on the 2014 calendar.
Ollie Millroy will begin a new chapter in his sportscar racing career this season after agreeing to lead AAI Motorsport’s assault on the Asian Le Mans Series’ (AsLMS) GTC class.
Ho-Pin Tung will compete with OAK Racing Team in multiple championships.