Christoffer Nygaard, Kristian Poulsen and Nicki Thiim will chase a victory in the GTE-Am-class.
The Lola LMP1 Coupé will compete in its final race at the Shakir International circuit for the 6 Hours of Bahrain, the closing round of the 2013 FIA World Endurance Championship.
The goal is clear: „We want to score the title.“
Aston Martin Racing is looking to clinch victory and emerge as world champions in this, the marque’s centenary year.
For the driver line-up of Bertrand Baguette-Martin Plowman-Ricardo Gonzalez in the no. 35 Morgan-Nissan LM P2 the aim is clear, namely: clinch the title!
The final round of the 2013 FIA World Endurance Championship, the 6 Hours of Bahrain, begin Thursday, November 28 with two free practices.
Final showdown in the WEC 2013 season will take place on the Sakhir circuit.
Giancarlo Fisichella and Gianmaria Bruni, in their Ferrari 458 #51, are on top of the GTE Pro Drivers on 108 points.
The driver lineup will see for the first time this year Nicolas Prost, Andrea Belicchi and Mathias Beche sharing the wheel of the #12 Lola Toyota.
The Berlin: „Good track for the Aston Martin Vantage“
All three drivers are motivated for a podium finish that has eluded the popular American team in this season’s WEC GTE-Am class.
Jacques Nicolet and Keiko Ihara will share no. 45 Morgan-Nissan with young Chinese hotshoe, David Cheng, the only Chinese driver in the race.
In a continuation of the strong relationship between Nissan and Greaves Motorsport, GT Academy graduate, Mark Shulzhitskiy, will make his LM P2 and FIA WEC debut in China.
With just two rounds of the 2013 championship remaining, Aston Martin Racing is in second place in the WEC Manufacturers’ Championship.
Drivers World Championship may be decided at Shanghai.
The Swiss team will take the start on Sunday of the nippon race for the second time in a row.
Tracy W. Krohn and co-driver Nic Jönsson with a help of Italian co-driver Maurizio Mediani will attempt to get their first WEC victory.
With three races to go till the end of the season, the situation in LM P2 in the FIA World Endurance Championship couldn’t be more indecisive.
The Florida-based organization gears up for the sixth round of the WEC in Japan, while also competing in the ALMS season finale at Road Atlanta.
The team, which has run five cars since the start of the season, will drop a car at the sixth round of the eight-round championship in Fuji.