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Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia

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Modena Motorsports announces Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia debut with Porsche

Modena Motorsports will make its Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia debut at Sepang on April 6/7 with two new-generation Porsche 911 GT3 R. The Zhuhai-based, Hong Kong-registered team is probably best known for its Porsche Carrera Cup Asia exploits but also competes across the continent and beyond in predominantly endurance events. Its two Blancpain GT … Continue reading

Absolute Racing adds Panther/AAS Motorsport Porsche 911 GT3 R to 2019 Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia entry

Absolute Racing has further increased its Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia commitment by adding a third new Porsche 911 GT3 R to its 2019 line-up. Pro-Am duo Vutthikorn Inthraphuvasak and Alexandre Imperatori are joining forces with reigning Thailand Super Series GT3 champions Panther/AAS Motorsport. The latest entry is in addition to Absolute’s other new 911s … Continue reading

JR-M’s Chao and Van der Drift join Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia with Porsche

One of China’s leading GT teams and driver crews, JR-M’s Li Chao and Chris van der Drift, will contest a full season of Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia in 2019 with Porsche’s all-new 911 GT3 R. The same combination, albeit driving the German manufacturer’s previous GT3 model, has finished second overall in the China GT … Continue reading

Absolute Racing adds Porsches to Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia entry

Absolute Racing will expand its Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia programme to four cars this season after adding two 2019-spec Porsche 991 GT3 Rs to its existing entries. The team has previously run Audis in the senior class and announced before Christmas that it would do so again this year. However, its parallel association with … Continue reading

ARN Racing confirms new Porsche 911 GT3 R for Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia 2019

Porsche’s new-for-2019 911 GT3 R will compete in Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia next season following confirmation of ARN Racing’s entry. The Japanese squad has run a Ferrari 488 GT3 for the past two seasons, initially on a race-by-race basis before committing full-time in 2018, but has taken the opportunity to upgrade following the Porsche’s … Continue reading

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