Following three successful seasons in Europe from 2009, in 2012 the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Championship headed to Asia and since then the series is growing fast. With races on famous international circuits like Shanghai, Fuji and Sepang, and teams from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Japan, the Asian series provides an exclusive platform for Gentlemen drivers, entering individually or in teams of two.
The 2017 Caterham Motorsport Championship got off to an exciting start today as Race 1 provided us with plenty of thrills and spills, at the Sepang International Circuit. This weekend the championship welcomes four new drivers to the grid- Sophia Low, Ivan Petev, Paul Ng and Jean Charles Dahout. Pole sitter Arnaud Dupuis got off […]
This coming Saturday marks the 17th running of the famous Sepang 12 Hour endurance race at the Sepang International Circuit, and the second year that SRO Motorsport Group have been promoter of this prestigious event. The most important endurance race for cars, the 2016 Motul Sepang 12 Hour is set to be bigger and better […]
There was plenty of hype ahead of the inaugural Sepang 3-Hour event that signaled round seven of the 2015 GT Asia Series – the first endurance event in the history of the series more than lived up to the hype. Mother nature added a nice twist to the event too with intermittent rain falling late […]
Car no.5 James Yu from Absolute Racing won both races on Sunday for the Formula Masters Series at Sepang International Circuit. After his maiden victory on Saturday the Absolute Racing Team Driver won 3 out 4 races this weekend. The championship is getting closer and it looks like it will go down to the wire […]
The 2017 Malaysia Championship Series (MCS) opens today at Sepang International Circuit (SIC) with a significant revamp with a new racing format and support of the prominent Yokohama tyres. Eliminating the sprint races, the third edition of the MCS will feature only mini endurance races for all five rounds of the competition with competitors for both […]
Absolute Racing James YU takes double pole and his maiden victory in the Formula Master Series Race 5. Qualifying was held in dry conditions and Car no.5 James YU from Absolute Racing took Pole in Qualifying 1 with a lap-time of 2:05.890. It was quite close with the Top 8 drivers all within 1 second […]