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2016 GT Asia Series

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2016 GT Asia Series
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The 2016 GT Asia Series is the sixth season of the GT Asia Series championship. It began on 14 May at the Korea International Circuit and came to its conclusion at Shanghai International Circuit on 19-20 October, 2016 after 12 championship rounds.[1]

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Entry list

2016 Entry List
Team Car No. Drivers Class Rounds
Singapore Clearwater Racing Ferrari 488 GT3 3 Singapore Weng Sun Mok[2] GT3 1, 3–4
Singapore Richard Wee[2] 1, 4
Italy Gianmaria Bruni[3] 3
Hong Kong Phoenix Racing Asia Audi R8 LMS 5 Hong Kong Shaun Thong[2] GT3 All
Hong Kong Marchy Lee[2]
6 Malaysia Alex Yoong[2] GT3 All
Hong Kong Alex Au[2]
Hong Kong Bentley Team Absolute[N 1]
Absolute Racing[N 1]
Bentley Continental GT3 7 Hong Kong Adderly Fong[2] GT3 All
South Korea Andrew Kim[2]
8 Australia Jonathan Venter[2] GT3 All
Japan Keita Sawa[2] 1, 3–6
Germany Fabian Hamprecht[4] 2
9 Thailand Vutthikorn Inthraphuvasak[2] GT3 All
United States Andrew Palmer[2] 1
United Kingdom Duncan Tappy[4] 2, 4–6
Germany Christer Jöns[3] 3
Audi R8 LMS 13 China Cheng Congfu[2] GT3 1, 5
China Sun Jingzu[2]
Thailand A Motorsport Porsche 991 GT3 Cup 11 Thailand Aekrat Discharoen[4] GTC 2
Thailand Singha Motorsport[N 2]
Singha Plan-B Motorsport[N 2]
Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 12 Netherlands Carlo van Dam[2] GT3 1–5
Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi[2]
Ferrari 458 Challenge 59 Thailand Kantasak Kusiri[2] GTC 1–2, 4
Thailand Bhurit Bhirombhakdi[2]
89 Thailand Tin Sritrai[4] GTC 2
Thailand Voravud Bhirombhakdi[4]
China FFF Racing Team by ACM Lamborghini Huracán GT3 15 Netherlands Jeroen Mul[5] GT3 5–6
United States Richard Antinucci[5] 5
Italy Marco Mapelli[6] 6
55 Italy Edoardo Liberati[2] GT3 All
Italy Andrea Amici[2]
Japan Team Rosso Scuderia Ferrari 458 Challenge 17 Japan Akihiro Asai[7] GTC 4
Japan Ken Seto[7]
Sri Lanka Dilango Racing Lamborghini Gallardo FL2 24 Sri Lanka Dilantha Malagamuwa[2] GTM 1
India Armaan Ebrahim[2]
China BBT Ferrari 488 GT3 37 Italy Davide Rizzo[2] GT3 All
China Anthony Liu[2]
Taiwan Mercedes-AMG Driving Academy-Team AAI[N 3]
Team FIST with AAI[N 3]
Mercedes-AMG GT3 66 Germany Nico Bastian[5] GT3 5
Hong Kong Matthew Solomon[5]
68 Germany Maro Engel[5] GT3 5
China Zhang Wenhe[5]
Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo 90 China Lin Yu[5] GTM 5
Taiwan Jun-San Chen[5]
Japan Team Naoryu Age Age Racing Ferrari 458 Challenge 73 Japan Toshihito Funai[7] GTC 4
Japan Masayuki Ueda[7]
Thailand True Visions Motorsport Thailand Porsche 991 GT3 Cup 78 Thailand Suttiluck Buncharoen[2] GTC 1
Hong Kong Craft-Bamboo Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R 88 United Kingdom Richard Lyons[2] GT3 All
Hong Kong Frank Yu[2]
91 Hong Kong Darryl O'Young[2] GT3 All
Thailand Naiyanobh Bhirombhakdi[2]
Australia Matt Stone Racing Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 95 Australia George Miedecke[3] GT3 3–4
Australia Nathan Morcom[3] 3
Australia Ashley Walsh[7] 4
Hong Kong GruppeM Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R 96 China Li Chao[5] GT3 5–6
China Zhang Dasheng[5]
98 United Kingdom Tim Sugden[2] GT3 1–5
Hong Kong Philip Ma[2] 1, 4
United Kingdom George Richardson[4] 2
New Zealand Jono Lester[3] 3, 5
Icon Class
GT3 GT3 Class
GTC GT Cup Class
GTM GT Masters Class
  1. ^ a b Cars #7, #8 and #9 entered as Bentley Team Absolute and car #13 entered as Absolute Racing.
  2. ^ a b Car #12 entered as Singha Motorsport and cars #59 and #89 entered as Singha Plan-B Motorsport.
  3. ^ a b Cars #66 and #68 entered as Mercedes-AMG Driving Academy-Team AAI and car #90 entered as Team FIST with AAI.

Race calendar and results

The full calendar for the 2016 season was released on 12 January 2016. The series will consist of 12 championship rounds held in pairs on six circuits across Korea, Thailand, Japan and China. The 3-hour race at Sepang International Circuit will be discontinued after teams voted against it. Also, the non-championship round at the Circuito da Guia in Macau does not feature in the calendar, now the main event of the FIA GT World Cup.[1] The championship would have concluded at the new Zhejiang International Circuit, but delays in the final stages of construction had seen Motorsport Asia Limited make alternate plans. On September 9, it was decided to return to Shanghai for the last two rounds, both run on Thursday 20 October.[8]

Round Circuit Date Pole position GT3 Winner GTC Winner GTM Winner
1 South Korea Korea International Circuit 14 May Hong Kong No. 7 Bentley Team Absolute Hong Kong No. 8 Bentley Team Absolute Thailand No. 59 Singha Plan-B Motorsport Sri Lanka No. 24 Dilango Racing
Hong Kong Adderly Fong
South Korea Andrew Kim
Australia Jonathan Venter
Japan Keita Sawa
Thailand Kantasak Kusiri
Thailand Bhurit Bhirombhakdi
Sri Lanka Dilantha Malagamuwa
India Armaan Ebrahim
2 15 May Hong Kong No. 5 Phoenix Racing Asia Hong Kong No. 8 Bentley Team Absolute Thailand No. 59 Singha Plan-B Motorsport no finishers
Hong Kong Shaun Thong
Hong Kong Marchy Lee
Australia Jonathan Venter
Japan Keita Sawa
Thailand Kantasak Kusiri
Thailand Bhurit Bhirombhakdi
3 Thailand Chang International Circuit 11 June Thailand No. 12 Singha Motorsport Hong Kong No. 5 Phoenix Racing Asia Thailand No. 11 A Motorsport no competitors
Netherlands Carlo van Dam
Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi
Hong Kong Shaun Thong
Hong Kong Marchy Lee
Thailand Aekrat Discharoen
4 12 June China No. 37 BBT China No. 37 BBT Thailand No. 89 Singha Plan-B Motorsport
Italy Davide Rizzo
China Anthony Liu
Italy Davide Rizzo
China Anthony Liu
Thailand Tin Sritrai
Thailand Voravud Bhirombhakdi
5 Japan Okayama International Circuit 2 July Hong Kong No. 7 Bentley Team Absolute Hong Kong No. 7 Bentley Team Absolute no competitors
Hong Kong Adderly Fong
South Korea Andrew Kim
Hong Kong Adderly Fong
South Korea Andrew Kim
6 3 July Hong Kong No. 8 Bentley Team Absolute Hong Kong No. 5 Phoenix Racing Asia
Australia Jonathan Venter
Japan Keita Sawa
Hong Kong Shaun Thong
Hong Kong Marchy Lee
7 Japan Fuji Speedway 16 July Hong Kong No. 88 Craft-Bamboo Racing Thailand No. 12 Singha Motorsport Thailand No. 59 Singha Plan-B Motorsport
United Kingdom Richard Lyons
Hong Kong Frank Yu
Netherlands Carlo van Dam
Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi
Thailand Kantasak Kusiri
Thailand Bhurit Bhirombhakdi
8 17 July China No. 55 FFF Racing Team by ACM China No. 55 FFF Racing Team by ACM Thailand No. 59 Singha Plan-B Motorsport
Italy Edoardo Liberati
Italy Andrea Amici
Italy Edoardo Liberati
Italy Andrea Amici
Thailand Kantasak Kusiri
Thailand Bhurit Bhirombhakdi
9 China Shanghai International Circuit 20 August Hong Kong No. 6 Phoenix Racing Asia China No. 37 BBT no competitors Taiwan No. 90 Team FIST with AAI
Malaysia Alex Yoong
Hong Kong Alex Au
Italy Davide Rizzo
China Anthony Liu
China Lin Yu
Taiwan Jun-San Chen
10 21 August China No. 15 FFF Racing Team by ACM Hong Kong No. 8 Bentley Team Absolute Taiwan No. 90 Team FIST with AAI
United States Richard Antinucci
Netherlands Jeroen Mul
Australia Jonathan Venter
Japan Keita Sawa
China Lin Yu
Taiwan Jun-San Chen
11 China Shanghai International Circuit 20 October Hong Kong No. 6 Phoenix Racing Asia Hong Kong No. 6 Phoenix Racing Asia no competitors no competitors
Malaysia Alex Yoong
Hong Kong Alex Au
Malaysia Alex Yoong
Hong Kong Alex Au
12 China No. 55 FFF Racing Team by ACM China No. 15 FFF Racing Team by ACM
Italy Edoardo Liberati
Italy Andrea Amici
Italy Marco Mapelli
Netherlands Jeroen Mul

References

  1. ^ a b "GT Asia Series reveals 2016 calendar". GT Asia Series. 12 January 2016. Retrieved 11 June 2016. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae "Korea International Circuit Entry List" (PDF). GT Asia Series. Retrieved 11 June 2016. 
  3. ^ a b c d e "Okayama International Circuit Entry List" (PDF). GT Asia Series. Retrieved 16 July 2016. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f "Chang International Circuit Entry List" (PDF). GT Asia Series. Retrieved 11 June 2016. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Shanghai International Circuit Entry List" (PDF). GT Asia Series. Retrieved 20 August 2016. 
  6. ^ "Dramatic qualifying sessions set up stunning title decider". GT Asia Series. Retrieved 19 October 2016. 
  7. ^ a b c d e "Fuji International Speedway Entry List" (PDF). GT Asia Series. Retrieved 16 July 2016. 
  8. ^ "GT Asia Series to return to Shanghai for final event of the season". endurance-info.com. Endurance-Info. September 9, 2016. Retrieved October 20, 2016. 

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