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.
posted on Friday, June 20, 2014
Eurasia 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
posted on Thursday, June 12, 2014
Due to his army commitments Sean Hudspeth is unable to compete in the next round of Formula Masters at Inje in Korea on July 20th and his car is therefore available. This is a great opportunity to join one of the most successful teams in the region with a reputation for developing the skills of their drivers. The event consists of an Official test on Thursday July 17th, practice, qualifying and three races over the following three days. Plenty of track time to get up to speed and lots of racing action. Interested drivers should contact Mark Goddard on email@example.com
posted on Monday, June 9, 2014
Daniel Ricciardo, who drove for Eurasia in his first year of Formula Car racing, won a thrilling Canadian Grand Prix in his Red Bull. Ricciardo, who attributes the grounding he received from Eurasia as an essential part of his success, raced In the 2006 F.BMW Series with the team. His success not only confirms that Asian Motor Sport is a valid career path for young drivers but also that Eurasia Motorsport is the team to join. Ricciardo is the tip of the iceberg with many ex-Eurasia drivers racing and winning at International level. 2010 Formula BMW Pacific Champion, Richard Bradley, is competing in next weekend’s Le Mans 24 Hours in an LMP2 for example.
posted on Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Unlike the first event of the 2014 Formula Masters China Series at Zhuhai the second round was held in dry conditions at the ShanghaI F1 Circuit. Eurasia driver, Matt Solomon, completed the weekend with two third and one second place finishes whilst team mate Pu Jun Jin won the trophy for the best China Driver over the three races. Eurasia’s Yuan Bo leads the China Driver Championship after Shanghai whilst rookie Sean Hudspeth’s best result was a fine 8th place.