Porsche teams Craft-Bamboo Racing and Manthey-Racing were in Macau for the 2018 FIA GT World Cup last weekend, as factory driver Earl Bamber finished just outside the podium places in fourth.
Chinese motorsport is set to be propelled onto the world stage as Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific announced the country’s entry into the inaugural FIA GT Nations Cup during a press conference on Friday.
- Porsche Carrera Cup Asia to host Round 11 and 12 on November 17th - Strong lead for Chris van der Drift in Overall as he chases third championship title - Bao Jinlong carries strong lead in Pro-Am despite heavy pressure from Francis Tjia - Night of Champions Celebration on Saturday will officially crown the 2018 Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Champions
For the 2018 FIA GT World Cup in Macau, four Porsche entries from Craft Bamboo Racing and Manthey Racing are in action, with Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific providing support on site once again.
In the Thailand Super Series finale at the Chang International Circuit, Kmik Karnasuta secured the 2018 Porsche Cayman GT4 Trophy Thailand and GTC titles after taking victory in Saturday’s race.
The Porsche Cayman GT4 Trophy Thailand, which is part of the Thailand Super Series, concludes this weekend at the Chang International Circuit in Buriram.
In the final round of the 2018 China GT Championship from the Shanghai International Circuit, Team JRM and R+ Racing scored three podiums between them, with the Porsche customer teams collecting a number of points finished.
For the China GT Championship season finale, eight Porsche customer entries across the GT3 and GTC classes are in action, as another strong campaign comes to an end at the Shanghai International Circuit (19-21 October).
Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific-supported entries earned multiple points-paying finishes at the final round of the Blancpain GT Series Asia at the Ningbo International Speedpark, despite enduring a challenging weekend.
The second Blancpain GT Series Asia season is drawing to a close, as the three Porsche customer teams aim to end 2018 on a high at the new Ningbo International Speedpark, China (12-14 October).
- Porsche Carrera Cup Asia to host Round 9 and 10 on Sept. 28-30 - Strong lead for Chris van der Drift in Overall as he looks to seal his third championship win - Bao Jinlong holds onto narrow advantage in Pro-Am after shake-up in Singapore - Series returns to Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia
There were numerous points finishes for the five Porsche customer entries in the 2018 Blancpain GT Series Asia round at the Shanghai International Circuit, including a fine GT4 podium for TTR Team SARD and a top-five result for Craft-Bamboo Racing.