The first race of the 2014 Asian Le Mans Series in South Korea will take place this coming weekend.
Asian Le Mans Series organisers can confirm that all the issues regarding the management dispute at Inje Speedium have been resolved and Round 1 of the 2013 Asian Le Mans Series – 3 Hours of Inje – will go ahead as planned.
Asian Le Mans Series organisers apologise to all stakeholders in the Asian Le Mans Series for the uncertainty caused. The organisers have been working non-stop with all parties over the weekend to ensure that the event goes ahead and now everyone is looking forward to the opening weekend of the first ever Asian Le Mans Series at Inje Speedium from the 2nd – 4th of August.
The organisers would like to thank all stakeholders for their continued support for the 2013 Asian Le Mans Series and are looking forward to a successful first season and establishing Asian Le Mans Series as the premier endurance racing series in Asia. The series has a fantastic group of teams, sponsors, support and organisers behind it, all of whom are determined to see the promotion and development of motorsports in Asia. 3 Hours of Inje will be a historic race and will bring the spirit of Le Mans back to Asia.
About Asian Le Mans Series
The 2013 Asian Le Mans Series is the inaugural season of this brand new four-race endurance series open to LM P2, LM PC, GTE, GTC and GTC Am teams. Invitations to race in the 2014 Le Mans 24 Hours will be awarded to the series winner and runner-up in the GTC class, along with the series winner in the LMP2 class.
The schedule for the four three-hour races
Round 1 - August 4th - Inje Speedium, South Korea
Round 2 - September 22nd - Fuji Speedway, Japan
Round 3 - October 13th - Zhuhai International Circuit, China
Round 4 - December 8th - Sentul International Circuit, Indonesia
Asian Le Mans Series