Team NZ return to Asian Le Mans Sprint Cup

John Curran (IRL) and Graeme Dowsett (NZ) will drive once again Team NZ Porsche 997 GT3 Cup in the GT Cup class

Team NZ return to Asian Le Mans Sprint Cup
#77 Team NZ Porsche 911 GT3 Cup: Graeme Dowsett, John Curran, Paul Kanjanapas
#77 Team NZ Porsche 911 GT3 Cup: Graeme Dowsett, John Curran, Paul Kanjanapas
#77 Team NZ Porsche 911 GT3 Cup: Graeme Dowsett, John Curran, Paul Kanjanapas
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New Zealand’s Team NZ will return to the Asian Le Mans Sprint Cup in 2017 once again fielding their Porsche 997 GT3 Cup in the GT Cup class.

John Curran (IRL) and Graeme Dowsett (NZ) will drive once again in the effort that saw class winning success both in the Sprint Cup and the Asian Le Mans Series last season.

Graeme Dowsett, Team NZ: "Team NZ is excited to be joining the Asian Le Mans Sprint Cup again. The format is an excellent platform to race at a relatively high level with some of the teams actually going onto the Le Mans 24hr race, while also providing a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. The race format of 1hr x 2 races per weekend provides Team NZ excellent track and race time to develop the drivers abilities. It is an excellent series to leading onto the 4hr race format of Asian Le Mans."

The three round Asian Le Mans Sprint Cup features LMP3, GT3 and GT Cup class cars in a three round, 6 race Series based at Sepang in Malaysia, giving teams and drivers the opportunity to sample multi class Prototype and GT racing before committing to the full 5 round Asian Le Mans Series over the winter of 2017/ 2018.

Class winners of the full Series receive an automatic invitation to contest the 2018 Le Mans 24 Hours.

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