Last year, 4 participants won a “Road to Spa” prize: Andrew Haryanto, Bhurit Bhirombhakdi, Yasser Shahin and Jeffrey Lee will competition a 24 Hours of Spa in an Audi R8 LMS, a world’s vital GT3 race, on Jul 27 and 28, 2019. This year, a array continues this thought with a new aim: Three drivers will again be means to win a seat, now for a 10 Hours of Suzuka in 2020. This year’s leader of a GT4 sequence will competition a Shanghai SIC continuation competition in an Audi R8 LMS GT4, alongside dual pros, in 2020.
All of a crater participants will again suffer extensive media coverage this year, including live broadcasts of a races that were watched by a sum of 45 million people final year. Naturally, a one-make crater will also be benefaction on amicable media platforms, that are used by some-more than 1.2 million subscribers. The appealing calendar this year includes dual continents. The deteriorate will again open in Australia. 270,000 spectators visited a transport circuit in Adelaide final year. Subsequently, dual circuits in China – Zhuhai and Shanghai – are on a calendar before a one-make crater will competition as partial of a ancillary module of a 10 Hours of Suzuka in Japan. For a finale, a participants will transport to Sepang in Malaysia.
2019 Audi Sport R8 LMS Cup calendar
March 02–03: Adelaide (AUS), rounds 1 and 2
May 04–05: Zhuhai (CN), rounds 3 and 4
June 01–02: Shanghai (CN), rounds 5 and 6
August 23–24: Suzuka (J), rounds 7 and 8
November 23–24: Sepang (MAL), rounds 9 and 10
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