asian-gt News and Analysis
Supercars ace Shane van Gisbergen will make his Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia debut for Triple Eight at Suzuka this weekend.
Crack Supercars squad Triple Eight Race Engineering has announced that it will field a Mercedes in Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia.
Sportscar racing remains a hot alternative for Indian drivers, with a handful of them having raced in Asia or Europe in 2018.
Indian sportscar ace Aditya Patel says his team OD Racing has no definite answer as to why it struggled to be competitive in the 2018 Blancpain GT Asia Series.
Aditya Patel missed out on the 2017 Blancpain GT Asia title by just a single point, despite taking a double win in the final round in China.
With new driver lineups for the #88 IGOFX and #99 VLT Porsche this weekend, Craft-Bamboo is ready to hit the track and begin preparations for Saturday's qualifying session.
The 2017 GT Asia Series season gets underway in early March and competitors in the one-make Audi R8 LMS Cup have been given some additional incentives.
Since Bentley Team Absolute made their debut in the GT Asia Series they have been right in the title battle
Italian outfit confirms two Squadra Corse-supported Lamborghini Huracan GT3s
FFF Racing Team by ACM claim Rnd#12 win and 2016 GT Asia Series title
Title contenders BBT qualify on front row for both Shanghai races
Despite there being just two races to go, there is still absolutely no guarantee of who will be standing on the top step of the championship podium at the conclusion of the 2016 Series
There is really no surprise that the profile of the GT Asia Series has taken a big step forward this year
FFF Racing preserved its championship lead by battling to a podium finish with Edoardo Liberati and Andrea Amici.
GT Asia Series arrives in Shanghai with the most competitive field of the season
Craft-Bamboo has been busy preparing for Shanghai and hopes to make significant gains against the competition.
The leading FFF Racing Team is doubling up its efforts for the next round of the GT Asia Series at the Shanghai International Circuit (20-21 August).
After the success of the live global television programming the GT Asia Series wants to take the Series to another level in 2017.
Silver-Silver driver pairings first appeared in 2015 against the traditional Pro-Am style pairings
Lamborghini takes it’s first GT Asia Series victory with the new Huracan GT3
Singha Motorsport’s Carlo Van Dam and Piti Bhirombhakdi claim victory again at Fuji
GT Asia Series returns to Japan's Fuji Speedway for the sixth time in six seasons
Craft-Bamboo Racing showed great promise during a challenging weekend at the Okayama International Circuit in Japan.
Bentley Team Absolute’s Adderly Fong and Andrew Kim claim victory
Bentley trio right in the mix, Adderly Fong quickest after three sessions
Both the #88 and #91 Porsche 911 GT3 Rs will be hunting for the GT Asia Series podium
BBT Ferrari duo claim a hard fought victory
Phoenix Racing Asia’s Marchy Lee and Shaun Thong claim victory in round three
GT Asia Series returns to the scene of the dramatic 2015 season finale
After a challenging first round, the team has been working tirelessly to prepare their pair of Porsche 911 GT3 Rs...
Armaan Ebrahim and Dilantha Malagamuwa secured a class win in the GT Asia opener at Korea, despite technical gremlins troubling the team for the entire weekend.
The team is confident that they will be back on form in Buriram, having learnt a great deal this weekend after gaining more crucial seat time.
Bentley records 1-2 finish after dramatic opening leg of round one
The team will be running two brand new Porsche 911 GT3 Rs that have been undergoing rigorous testing at the Korea International Circuit earlier this week.
A raft of changes are being introduced for the 2016 GT Asia season
After teammate, Daniel Lloyd, started from P2 and took an early lead, the #99 Aston Martin pulled away from the competition and O’Young was able to continue expanding the gap until crossing the line to take the title.
Darryl O’Young and Daniel Lloyd were able to carve through the field and take P4 by flag fall.
Richard Lyons and Frank Yu will be hoping for a better weekend after a tough round in Shanghai.
Darryl O’Young is now four points clear of second place, with only one round left in the championship scheduled for next month in Thailand.
There were few people ready to declare their status as favourites for the opening 50-minute race at Shanghai, and as the event unfolded, there was good reason why.
Craft Bamboo Racing emerged victorious in qualifying claiming the top spot in both sessions at the Shanghai International Circuit, China.
Darryl O’Young's 'Race to Win!' school tour aims to inspire Hong Kong students