The team’s trio of drivers, Björn Wirdheim, Jon Lancaster and Wolfgang Reip, all put in strong performances with the team’s Nissan powered Zytek LM P2 prototype.
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.
Team Manager, Jacob Greaves: "We are really looking forward to the race at Fuji and to achieving a top result.”
With the result at Interlagos, Greaves Motorsport maintains the fourth place standing in the FIA World Endurance Championship.
In recent years Bjorn Wirdheim has raced mainly in Japan, competing in Formula Nippon and latterly Super GT for Lexus and Nissan in GT500 class.
“Without doubt this has been our toughest year to find drivers and sponsors...", said Team Manager, Jacob Greaves.
The team will have two Nissan powered Ztyek prototypes in the full FIA WEC championship.
A Conversation with Jacob Greaves, Team Manager of Greaves Motorsport on the team's past and future.
Mikko Jalonen, Le Mans/WEC Correspondent