Cebu Pacific Air by PRT is traveling to the Buriram International Circuit this July 23 – 24 for the Formula Masters China Series’ (FMCS) third event. This will be the championship’s debut race in Thailand where the team looks forward to maintain their strong performance this season.

Kim Jeong Tae and Thomas Swift are both primed to get back behind the wheel of Cebu Pacific by PRT’s VW-powered Tatuus FA010 machines. Aside from the weekend’s three races, they also need to contend with the challenge of learning the new 4.5 km circuit.

With his series of podium finishes in Shanghai and Zhuhai, Kim is now third in the Drivers’ standings. Cebu Pacific Air by PRT is currently second in the Team Classification as it heads to Thailand. “I’m very excited to race in Buriram,” says Kim. “It’s a new circuit for Formula Masters and it will be interesting to see what battles we’ll have on track. With a great team behind me, I’m looking forward to score more podium finishes over the weekend.”

“I learned a lot during my first Formula Masters race with the team in Shanghai and I hope to do even better in Buriram,” says Swift. “It’s going to be the series’ first visit to the track so we’ll all race on a level playing field.”

Accompanying Cebu Pacific Air by PRT on their FMCS campaign are partners Cebu Pacific Air, Teng Tools, and P1 Racewear.

For more info about PRT Racing, visit www.pinnacle-racingteam.com. Get the latest updates at PRT Racing’s Facebook page or follow @PRT_Racing on Twitter.

Formula Masters China Series (FMCS) is the region’s premier international junior single-seater series that develops future motorsport stars, paving the way for young drivers in Asia. Know more about FMCS at www.formulamasterschina.com.

 

Ben Potter

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