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.
Round five completed, round six cancelled by too-wet track
Sébastien Ogier swaps Volkswagen Polo R WRC for Audi R8 LMS ultra.
Few would have predicted the outcome of the opening round of the GT Asia Series at Korea International Circuit.
Andrea Caldarelli on his GT3 debut topped both sessions.
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca will be jam-packed with sports car events this weekend.
Podium at Silverstone a positive result for first outing with team.
#1 Villorba Corse Ferrari 458 ready to push hard in the fifth round of the International GT Open on July 19-20: “A crucial weekend for the championship”
As the cars went around for the formation lap, the rain started.
Mok Weng Sun repeats his 2013 victory.
TF Sport and Beechdean take GT4 wins.
The battle for the top spot was waged between 2013 Fuji race winners Stefan Mucke and Frank Yu in the Craft-Bamboo Racing Aston Martin and Rui Aguas in the ‘Spirit of Race’ Ferrari 458.
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.
First victory comes with last-lap pass at Watkins Glen
2011 champion Perry Bortolotti remains one of the fiercest, most respected competitors in the series