Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific’s teams and drivers made a strong start to the 2023 Porsche Sprint Trophy Thailand campaign at Chang International Circuit, with success in the GTM, GT4 and GTC classes.
In the final round of the 2019 Thailand Super Series at the Chang International Circuit, Buriram, Morseng Racing Team’s Chayapon Yotha was crowned the Porsche Sprint Trophy Thailand GT4 champion, as Porsche entries impressed across the classes.
The Porsche Sprint Trophy Thailand contenders will go head-to-head for one last time this season in the Thailand Super Series finale from Buriram (25-27 October), with nine Porsche entries in action across the GT4, GTC and GTM categories.
Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific customers took an overall win and class podiums at the second meeting of the 2019 Thailand Super Series from the Chang International Circuit in Buriram.
The Porsche Sprint Trophy Thailand continues as its contenders gear up for the second round of the 2019 Thailand Super Series in Buriram at the Chang International Circuit, with 10 Porsche cars across the GT3, GTM, GT4 and GTC categories.
The Porsche Sprint Trophy Thailand will debut during the opening Thailand Super Series round in Sepang, Malaysia, where nine Porsche cars will be in action across the GTM, GTC and GT4 classes which will feature four current Porsche Carrera Cup Asia drivers.
In the Thailand Super Series finale at the Chang International Circuit, Kmik Karnasuta secured the 2018 Porsche Cayman GT4 Trophy Thailand and GTC titles after taking victory in Saturday’s race.
The Porsche Cayman GT4 Trophy Thailand, which is part of the Thailand Super Series, concludes this weekend at the Chang International Circuit in Buriram.
Rounds five and six of the Porsche Cayman GT4 Trophy Thailand saw AAS Motorsport’s #2 driver, Kmik Karnasuta, and JWD Unixx Racing Team’s #9 entry, Charvanin Bunditkitsada, take a win apiece at the Bangsaen Street Circuit.