Eurasia Motorsport seals pole for Thai leg of Asian Le Mans Series in Buriram
Date posted on January 10, 2016 · Published by eurasiapr
Indonesian racing driver, Sean Gelael, today (Saturday 9 January) qualified the Jagonya Ayam with Eurasia #9 Oreca 03R Nissan on pole position for the Thai leg of the Asian Le Mans Series (AsLMS) at the Chang International Circuit in Buriram.
The scene is set for a thrilling three-hour contest (Sunday 10 January) and, while the #9 machine of Geleal and Antonio Giovinazzi will start as the favourite, the second Eurasia LMP2 prototype will line-up on row two of the grid after a stellar qualifying performance from 2015 24 Hours of Le Mans victor, Richard Bradley.
Dutch driver, Nick de Bruijn, will start the race in the #99 car and Eurasia Motorsport is envisaging a strong battle with the #25 Algarve Pro entry, which will also be piloted by bronze-level drivers, with a threat for victory coming from the Race Performance Oreca.