Tanart Sathienthirakul will compete in the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia for a second consecutive full season having completed a deal with Absolute Racing.
Last season the 25-year-old driver Thailand debuted in the series with Absolute Racing, finishing seventh in the Overall Class standings, and both parties are now happy to announce the continuation of his partnership with the team.
For 2018 the championship will be more challenging than ever before with the introduction of a new and even more powerful 911 GT3 Cup. Nevertheless, with a strong showing in the Sepang pre-season testing, Tanart and Absolute Racing have made their intentions clear for the approaching season.
Absolute Racing is proud to welcome 16-year-old Chinese driver Daniel Lu into the team’s line up for the 2018 Porsche Carrera Cup Asia.
The youngest Porsche China Junior driver rejoins Absolute Racing after a successful debut season in the Formula Masters Asian Series, tagged as Asia’s premier Formula car championship.
The Shanghai native racer began his career in karting, where he quickly showed a natural talent by winning the Rotax Max Challenge China Junior category at the young age of 14. He moved up the ladder in 2017 with Absolute Racing, having taken 7 wins and 4 podiums, and the Formula Masters Asian Series vice-championship crown.
Lu’s huge talent was recognized and rewarded by being selected as the 2018 Porsche China Junior. The life-changing regional talent search saw nearly 300 of applicants narrowed down to just 7 finalists, with Lu emerging on top after a series of trials that tested the young talent’s driving ability,
Bao Jing Long will contest 2018 Porsche Carrera Cup Asia driving an Absolute Racing prepared Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (Gen 2) under Zheng Tong Auto Team banner.
Chinese driver Bao Jing Long is hoping to improve on last year’s performance. A successful winter testing at Sepang in beginning of the year was key to convince the team and the driver to join forces in 2018.
Absolute Racing has been a powerhouse in the Porsche China supported series. Absolute Racing serviced teams won the championship in both Class A and B in 2013, and finished second runner up in 2014 and 2015, repeating the overall and Class B wins in 2016. Last season Absolute Racing serviced teams celebrated race wins at Singapore and Shanghai, fi [...]
SHANGHAI, 2nd of October – Absolute Racing run Team StarChase driver Philip Hamprecht narrowly missed out on a podium finish in Round 11 of the 2017 Porsche Carrera Cup Asia at the Sepang International Circuit. The 20 year-old German wasn’t able to convert his pole position into a win, but was able to claim an important fourth-place finish.
With weather conditions playing a significant part over the weekend, a dry Qualifying on Saturday saw Hamprech record the fastest time, repeating the feat of Fuji’s weekend.
Thai driver Tanart Sathienthirakul in the #15 sister Absolute Racing machine set a respectable seventh fastest time on the clock, with Yuan Bo, who had his be [...]
SHANGHAI, 18th of September – Team StarChase’s Philip Hamprecht claimed his maiden Porsche Carrera Cup Asia win in Saturday night’s Round 9 on a weekend that Tanart Sathienthirakul e Team C&D Auto’s Yuan Bo collected important points for the championship standings.
As the lights went out for the first and only night race of the season, Hamprecht, who qualified fifth, quickly moved up to fourth. The German driver stayed there for the rest of the 12-lap race. But the best was yet to come.
Following a post-race review by race stewards, the top-three finishers received 30-second penalties for late race infractions. Hamprecht has been promoted to first place, marking his first race win of this season and in the Carrera Cup Asia. With this win, Absolute Racing won in [...]