And again a grid composed of only eight cars is what the Asian Le Mans Series will offer, now in the final round, the Three Hours of Sepang, on December 7th.
In fact, there’s no changes from the last round, held at Shanghai, China, from the cars and the drivers standpoints. But with the Thai round at Buriram Circuit being axed from the calendar, most of the championships were already decided.
The LMP2 class has OAK Racing, David Cheng and Ho-Pin Tung as champions face the opposition of Eurasia Motorsport as the sole competitors in the class for the whole season.
The light prototype CN class goes with only two cars too, as champions CRAFT-Bamboo Racing and Kevin Tse, alongside of Samson Chan and Naoki Yokomizo, will race against Team Avelon Formula and its Wolf GB08.
The GT class is the only class that has a championship to decide, as the crews of the AAI Motorsports will fight for the drivers title. AAI owner Jun San Chen and Tatsuya Tanigawa from the No. 91 BMW Z4 are three points ahead of Morris Chen and Marco Seefried from the No. 92 BMW Z4. Other attraction from the GT class is the Ferrari 458 GT3 of Clearwater Racing, that appeared as a guest at Shanghai and smashed the AAI full-season entries in a surprise victory.
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