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Asia’s classic car community will have their fixed on Sepang International Circuit this weekend as the Asia Classic Car Challenge heads to Malaysia for rounds 3 and 4.

After such an exciting start to the 2015 season which saw one of the strongest first-round grids the series has seen, the ACCC is set to give us more thrilling racing as ten drivers battle it out for outright championship leads in their respective classes.

Class R leader Daniel Bilski will be looking to increase his lead after a dominate start to the season where he won both rounds one and two in April. Hot on his heels is Henk Kiks in his Porsche 944 only six points behind, with Erwin Boon closely chasing in his Lola T590.

The closest championship battle is in Class B with newcomer Raymond Gillion in his BMW E30 325i only 4 points ahead of Peter Cardosa and Michael Teague. Whilst Hans de Back leads Class C in the Westfield Seven, ahead of Matthew Graham and Kevin Davies.

Two TVRs are making a comeback with Mike Ricks and Paul Winkelmann returning to the series. Both long term racers, Mike and Paul will surely inject another exciting TVR battle.

ACCC Chairman Daniel Bilski is looking forward to another exciting weekend: “The first rounds in April were a fantastic start to the series. It was great seeing such a strong grid and very close racing. All the drivers are pumped up for another hot weekend of exciting racing and personally I hope I can continue my strong run.”

Practice starts on Saturday with qualifying at 15:55. Race One starts on Sunday at 09:10 with Race Two at 11:50. Entry to watch the races at Sepang International Circuit is free.

For more information about the series please visit: www.asiaclassiccarchallenge.com.

Ben Potter

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