Eurasia revved up for Formula Masters China finale in Shanghai
Date posted on October 13, 2015 · Published by eurasiapr
The final round of the 2015 Formula Masters China Series (FMCS) will be staged on the Shanghai International Circuit’s (SIC) full Grand Prix configuration (17-18 October) and young Australian, Aidan Read, is gunning for third position in the standings, while teammate, Kim Jeong Tae, is ready to bounce back from his car-destroying accident at the previous round in Zhuhai.
Read, from Perth in Western Austalia, is currently fourth and 24 points arift of Nicholas Rowe in the championship standings and, with three races remaining in Shanghai, it is very possible for the young Aussie to snatch third in the final classification.
“Aidan is one of the least experienced drivers on the Formula Masters China Series grid, yet he is fourth in what is possibly the most competitive season in the championship’s history,” said Eurasia Motorsport Team Principal, Mark Goddard. “We have seen seasoned race-winning drivers from Europe enter the series and they have acted as a great benchmark for Eurasia’s local drivers. After Zhuhai, Aidan is very confident and I am sure he will give Nicholas a run for his money. Kim seems unfazed by his Zhuhai incident and will bounce back in Shanghai. He is naturally talented and, as he already knows the SIC, I am confident he can achieve his best results of the year.”
Sean Hudspeth will not race at the SIC, as the event clashes with his first week at university and Goddard said: We fully support Sean’s decision not to race. Education is extremely important and not turning up for your first week of college could negatively affect his whole time at university.”