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Eurasia Motorsport to compete in 2015 European Le Mans Series

posted on Saturday, September 20, 2014

LMP2 Front v2Asian based Eurasia Motorsport will compete in next year’s European Le Mans Series. The team currently runs an Oreca Nissan in the Asian Le Mans Series and current driver, Mainland Chinese Pu Jun Jin, will head the line-up for ELMS next year. He will be joined by Dutch driver Nick De Bruijn. The team is currently talking to potential drivers to fill the third seat. Pu Jun Jin is also competing in this year’s Formula Masters China Series with Eurasia Motorsport having the won the China Driver Class with the team last year.

Solomon wins Formula Masters China Zhuhai Race Three

posted on Saturday, September 20, 2014

Matt Solomon crashed out of race two after contact with championship rival, James Munro, on the last lap but bounced back with a lights to flag victory in race three. He is now 14 points behind in the championship race. Yuan Bo looked good for second place in race two before an off at turn one saw him drop to 8th place. His day got worse when he stalled at the start of race three throwing away his first pole position advantage. After starting from the pit lane a safety car allowed him to regain the lost time and he drove well to finish 8th. Pu Jun Jin grabbed sixth place on the run to the line in race three whilst Sean Hudspeth drove brilliantly to finish fourth. The final race of the weekend will take place on Sunday 21st.

Bo Yuan qualifies on pole for Zhuhai Formula Masters China Series race

posted on Friday, September 19, 2014

Bo Zhuhai 1Chinese Star Racing Academy supported driver, Eurasia’s Bo Yuan, qualified in second place for race one of the Zhuhai Formula Masters China event this week and then went one better by taking pole for race three. Championship contender, Matt Solomon, was third for race one and second for race three. Returnee, Sean Hudspeth, was an impressive 9th and 8th respectively. The first race of the four race event was disastrous for Matt Solomon when he was punted out of the race on lap one by an over ambitious Yin Hai Tao. Bo Yuan finished third on the road but was given a thirty second penalty for a false start dropping him to 12th. Sean Hudspeth again impressed with a 5th place finish whilst Hua Miao was 8th and Pu Jun Jin 9th, the latter recovering after a substantial accident in free practice.

Ford GT 8th in wet – dry GT Asia Sepang Race

posted on Sunday, September 14, 2014

Samson Chan started the race on slicks, a gamble only a handful of drivers made, on a still wet track but with rain no longer falling. Samson did a great job to keep the car on the road for his 25 minute stint only dropping to 17th in the 29 car field. A quick pit stop saw Naoki Yokomizo rejoin in 12th place which soon became 9th place, Naoki then spending the balance of the 60 minute race in a fierce three car battle. He took the flag in 9th which became 8th after a penalty was given to the 8th placed car. A good event for the 2011 car racing against the latest GT3 machinery.

Naoki Yokomizo and Samson Chan 7th in GT Asia Sepang

posted on Saturday, September 13, 2014

Ford GTA Grid 1In a thrilling race the Eurasia run Ford GT3 finished seventh in the 29 car field with Japanese star, Naoki Yokomizo, sharing the car with Samson Chan. The 60 minute race saw Yokomizo start and he was in the middle of a fraught battle for fifth place which lasted for his entire 35 minute stint. After the pit stops cycled through Samson Chan was running in 5th place and he became involved in a tight battle between four cars. He eventually finished 7th after a great drive, the car finishing with several battle scars after an extremely entertaining race at the Malaysian F1 Circuit. Sunday September 14th sees the second race of the weekend.