The second 40-minute race gets underway at 8:00am on Sunday (July 6) with the third and final 40-minute race set for 2:10pm, both again featuring the compulsory pit stop mid-race.
McLaren GT, the race-car manufacturing arm of the McLaren Group, has unveiled its dramatic new 650S GT3, which will contest top-tier GT championships around the globe from 2015.
Soulet leads the championship, with double pole and fourth podium
Rounds five and six of the 2014 GT Asia Series will also be contested in Japan, at the Fuji International Circuit in five weeks time (11-13 July).
Former champion Mok Weng Sun and co-driver Keita Sawa prevailing on the challenging Autopolis circuit.
Craft-Bamboo Racing’s Richard Lyons continues to top the timesheets ahead of qualifying for the two 50-minute GT Asia Series races.
Practice day for the second event on the 2014 GT Asia Series calendar.
Joel Camathias he will be taking part to the second round of the GT Asia Series 2014, to be held at Autopolis, Japan on 31st May- 1st June.
Sébastien Ogier swaps Volkswagen Polo R WRC for Audi R8 LMS ultra.
Campaigning two brand new 2014 Aston Martin Vantage GT3s, the NB Team revealed Andrea Caldarelli, Massimiliano Wiser, Jiang Xin, and Fu Song Yang.
The #97 Aston Martin Vantage GT3 of Craft-Bamboo Racing leaves the Korean International Circuit in third place overall.
Few would have predicted the outcome of the opening round of the GT Asia Series at Korea International Circuit.
Warren Luff and Frank Yu claimed their first podium of the 2014 GT Asia Series at the Korean International Circuit.
Andrea Caldarelli on his GT3 debut topped both sessions.
Craft-Bamboo Racing prepare for its GT Asia debut.
Phillip Island sees the first full entry from New Zealand joining the series.
The 2014 GT Asia season is almost here.
Andrew Palmer won the race under caution in the No. 14 Lamborghini Beverly Hills Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo.
This season sees the introduction of a new multi-level junior concept, which will be continuously expanded over the coming months and years: the BMW Motorsport Junior Programme.
The team, cofounded by Sébastien Loeb and Dominique Heintz, is on the entry list for the next 24 Hours of Le Mans with its ORECA 03 LM P2.