Nine Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific customer cars will compete in this weekend’s China GT Championship event (28-30 June) for rounds five and six of the 2019 season from Shanghai.
The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup dominated the GTM class of the 2019 Thailand Super Series season opener in Sepang, while the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport (981) scored two podium finishes in the GTC category, as the Porsche Sprint Trophy Thailand debuted.
Making its Asian race debut at the first round of the 2019 China GT Championship at the Sepang International Circuit, the 2019-spec Porsche 911 GT3 R finished second in the hands of JRM’s Chris van der Drift and Li Chao.
Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific heads to the opening round of the 2019 China GT Championship at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia with six entries, making it the only manufacturer to be represented in all three classes.
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 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
- Porsche Carrera Cup Asia to host Round 8 on Sept. 16 - Chris van der Drift continues lead in Overall, while Wayne Shen defends Pro-Am advantage - Porsche Carrera Cup Asia will race alongside Formula 1 as it joins the Singapore Grand Prix for its 11th year - Series will officially celebrate its 15th anniversary celebrations during festive race weekend
Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific customer teams scored five class podiums at the Shanghai round of the China GT Championship, with Team JRM taking two overall podiums, whilst R+ Racing and Moby Dick Motorsports Club earned a trio of top-three finishes in their respective classes.
Following the long summer break, the China GT Championship returns this weekend for rounds seven and eight from Shanghai, with the Porsche customer teams looking for a strong start to the second half of the season.
Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific will provide comprehensive support to Craft-Bamboo Racing’s effort in this weekend’s Intercontinental GT Challenge Suzuka 10 Hours, as well as offering on-site assistance to four other Porsche entries.
The Porsche Cayman GT4 Trophy Thailand continues this weekend, as part of the Thailand Super Series’ annual visit to the iconic Bangsaen Street Circuit.