New epoch for Audi GT3 racing series

Posted on 17. May, 2016 by in Audi Canada

Two immature European drivers, any reigning champions, join a Cup this season, strengthening a general credentials: Jan Kisiel (Poland) has been promoted to GT3 sports automobile racing from a Audi Sport TT Cup and Martin Rump (Estonia) is switching from a Formula Masters China Series to a Audi R8 LMS Cup. 15 of a 20 entries are contesting a races in a new Audi R8 LMS while 5 drivers will be competing in final year’s indication for a new Masters Cup title. “We’re gratified to see so many business relying on a new competition automobile in a Audi R8 LMS Cup as well,” says Chris Reinke, Head of Audi Sport patron racing. “There’s no doubt in a minds that it’s going to denote a considerable intensity in this severe field, too.” 

For a initial time Teams Phoenix Racing and KCMG are fasten Absolute Racing as use teams for a Cup’s competition cars this year. This season, a array will underline twelve races on 6 weekends in China, Malaysia, Korea, Taiwan and, for a initial time, in Thailand. The culmination of a Audi R8 LMS Cup will be hold jointly with a FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) during Shanghai. 

All 12 races will be live streamed on a Audi R8 LMS Cup website and on Chinese video portals LeSports and PPTV. Highlight shows will also be screened around Asia on Fox Sports Asia and Star Sports Asia; in Australia on Fox Sports Australia; in China on Guangzhou Broadcasting Network, Tianjin TV and Sichuan TV; in a United States on Bon TV and Tuff TV; and in Europe on Motors TV.

Live streaming of all races:

2016 calendar

May 21–22 Shanghai International Circuit, China

Jul 23–24 Chang International Circuit, Thailand

Aug 13–14 Kuala Lumpur Street Circuit, Malaysia

Sep 24–25 Korea International Circuit, Korea

Oct 15–16 Penbay International Circuit, Taiwan

Nov 04–05 Shanghai International Circuit, China

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