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Matt Solomon wins dramatic Inje Formula Masters race three

posted on Sunday, July 20, 2014

Bo Zhuhai 1Solomon started third, watched James Munro and Dan Wells jump the start and then Munro roll out of the race after contact with his team mate. The race was red flagged after Matthew Swanepoel spun and was “T – Boned” by Akhil Rabindra at the last turn on lap two. After the debris was cleared the race restarted under the safety car and Solomon sensibly followed Wells home in the knowledge the latter would receive a jump start penalty. Bo Yuan finished 4th from 15th on the grid and received the “top Chinese Driver of the event” award.
Pu Jun Jin’s bad luck continued when he ran wide onto the Astro turf resulting in a spin into retirement.

Eurasia LMP2 just over one tenth off pole position for Asian Le Mans Inje race

posted on Saturday, July 19, 2014

LMP2-3-1Richard Bradley ended an exciting qualifying session just .198 off pole position, Oak Racing’s Ho Pin Tung just beating Bradley’s time at the end of the session. “Oak are one of the best LMP2 Teams in the World and I believe by pushing them for pole position Eurasia have made a statement that we are a team to be taken seriously and what is more we are going to get better” remarked Team Principal Mark Goddard.

Eurasia wins Formula Masters China Inje round with Matthew Solomon

posted on Saturday, July 19, 2014

Matt-Solomon-2Matt Solomon qualified on pole position for race one and finished third after a tardy start but made amends with a dominant win in race two. This was his first Formula Car victory and now places him in second place in the driver’s championship.

Eurasia enters an Oreca Nissan LMP2 in Asian Le Mans

posted on Wednesday, July 9, 2014


Eurasia Motorsport is running an Oreca Nissan LMP2 in the 2014 Asian Le Mans Series which begins in Korea on July 20th at Inje Circuit. Richard Bradley, 2010 Formula BMW Pacific Champion with the team and current WEC LMP2 driver, heads a three driver line up with Korean Tacksung Kim and British driver John Hartshorne.

Eurasia joins new LMP CN Class in Asian Le Mans

posted on Friday, June 20, 2014

Tatuus Eurasia SideEurasia Motorsport will run a Tatuus PY012 CN car alongside its LMP2 in the new for 2014 LMP CN Class. The class is designed as a stepping stone to LMP2 and will attract young drivers plus gentlemen racers. Eurasia intend winning the class championship and are in talks with several drivers now to fill the seats. The cost of a seat is less than that for most Junior single seater cars and, with up to six hours testing and a three hour race at each event. it represents tremendous value. Interested drivers should contact Mark Goddard at