After a two month break, Pinnacle Racing Team (PRT Racing) is eager to return to the Sepang International Circuit this weekend for the Asian Le Mans Sprint Cup’s second event. The entry list has since grown and drivers Ate De Jong and Charlie Robertson will now have to go up against a grid of five other LMP3 cars.

The Philippine-based squad has been working tirelessly since the last race and have been back in Sepang to put valuable testing kilometers on their brand new Ginetta LMP3 prototype.

“We’ve worked really hard since the last race,” said PRT Racing owner and driver Ate De Jong. “Testing our Ginetta LMP3 and working on my driver training. I hope we’ve improved enough to challenge for the podium. It’s going to be a tough weekend at Sepang, but we’re prepared to take on the other teams.”

Running alongside the Malaysia Championship Series, the event will feature two free practice sessions, two qualifying sessions, and two 60-minute races. De Jong and Robertson are seeking to repeat their success as they once again share the Pinbet88 sponsored Ginetta LMP3.

Accompanying PRT Racing on their LMP3 campaign are partners Pinbet88, Motul, Redmount Group, Balkan Restaurant, and P1 Racewear.

Charlie Robertson, PRT Racing Driver: “It’s great to be back in Malaysia and fly the flag for Ginetta once again. Ate and I will be pushing hard for a podium finish and maybe a race win. This is a really fun track and I’m looking forward to an excellent race weekend with PRT Racing.”

The Asian Le Mans Sprint Cup (ALMSC) is a sports car racing championship aimed at amateur drivers who want to progress to a higher endurance series. It’s open to LMP3 and Group CN prototypes, as well as GT Cup machinery. Know more about ALMSC at

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