GT Asia Series revealed 11-race programme across five countries for 2015.
On round #11/#12 at Shanghai International Circuit, the title contending teams were looking at a minimum to consolidate their points.
Ferrari 458 win fight against Bentley Continental GT3 and Aston Martin Vantage.
A day where the points leaders struggled to make the most of their chances...
2014 GT Asia Series, Rnd#11/#12 - Shanghai International Circuit, China
With Sepang over, championship will go down to the wire.
#3 Clearwater Racing Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 drivers took their third round win of the season during race two.
Stefan Mucke and Frank Yu drove the perfect race despite everything their rivals and mother nature could throw at them.
AF Corse, Clearwater dominating.
The GT Asia Series and Sepang
Avoiding Typhoon Neoguri...
Mok Weng Sun repeats his 2013 victory.
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.
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.
Rounds three and four to run at Autopolis International Circuit in Japan
Campaigning two brand new 2014 Aston Martin Vantage GT3s, the NB Team revealed Andrea Caldarelli, Massimiliano Wiser, Jiang Xin, and Fu Song Yang.
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.