Eurasia LMP2 just over one tenth off pole position for Asian Le Mans Inje race
Date posted on July 19, 2014 · Published by Mark Goddard
Richard Bradley ended an exciting qualifying session just .198 off pole position, Oak Racing’s Ho Pin Tung just beating Bradley’s time at the end of the session. “Oak are one of the best LMP2 Teams in the World and I believe by pushing them for pole position Eurasia have made a statement that we are a team to be taken seriously and what is more we are going to get better” remarked Team Principal Mark Goddard. Ho Pin set a 1m 24.2 time after an eight lap run whilst Bradley set a 1m24.4 on his first run. He then pitted for some adjustments and recorded 1m 24.0 to take provisional pole after a fine exhibition of on the limit driving. This forced Oak to run a second set of tyres and Ho Pin just took pole with a 1m 23.89 lap.
The three hours of Inje takes place at the demanding Korean track on Sunday July 30th with Bradley sharing the Eurasia Oreca Nissan with Tacksung Kim and John Hartshorne.