Asian Le Mans News
Former Formula 1 driver Nikita Mazepin will return to racing for the first time in over a year when he joins the Asian Le Mans Series next month.
After Formula 1's gruelling 2022 schedule, you could forgive hard-working team personnel for wanting to switch off completely and not see a motor racing paddock for a while.
The final batch of auto-invites for this year's Le Mans 24 Hours have been handed out following the conclusion of the Asian Le Mans Series in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.
Mercedes' Formula 1 chief strategist James Vowles will take part in next month's Asian Le Mans Series, driving a McLaren 720S GT3 for Garage 59.
New Porsche driver Yifei Ye will make his debut with the German manufacturer in next month's Asian Le Mans Series ahead of a return to the LMP2 ranks.
Lamborghini Super Trofeo world champion Victor Gomez IV will race in next month’s Asian Le Mans Series in AF Corse’s GT Am-class Ferrari, teaming up with factory driver Alessandro Pier Guidi and Francesco Piovanetti.
G-Drive has secured an automatic invite for the Le Mans 24 Hours by clinching the 2021 Asian Le Mans Series title, as JOTA swept the Abu Dhabi double header.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Stoffel Vandoorne made a fraught LMP2 debut in the opening two races of the Asian Le Mans Series last weekend, as G-Drive completed a clean sweep at the Dubai Autodrome.
Era Motorsport, which won the LMP2 class at last week’s Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona, will be joined by Andreas Laskaratos for its debut in the Asian Le Mans Series next week.
Former Formula 1 driver Karthikeyan will lead an all-Indian line-up in the Asian Le Mans series in 2021 with a view to gaining an invite for the Le Mans 24 Hours.
The Asian Le Mans Series will hold its entire 2021 season at Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina Circuit, as travel restrictions have forced it to abandon plans to race in Thailand and Malaysia.
It’s one daunting task to make your first-ever Le Mans 24 Hours start, but quite another to do it in crazy old 2020 – delayed by months and taking place with no fans thanks to COVID-19.
Super Formula championship leader Nick Cassidy will make his prototype debut in this winter's Asian Le Mans Series.
Former Formula 1 driver Paul di Resta and Philip Hanson were crowned the 2018/19 Asian Le Mans champions following their fourth successive podium of the season in the Sepang finale.
Former Formula 1 driver Paul di Resta and Phil Hanson claimed victory for United Autosports in the third round of the 2018/19 Asian Le Mans series in Thailand.
Former Formula 1 driver Paul di Resta has signed a deal with United Autosports to compete in the 2018/19 Asian Le Mans season.
All Malaysian line up wins in Asian Le Mans Series at Buriram
- Formula 1
- NASCAR Cup
- Formula E
- Super Formula
2 Mar - 5 Mar
16 Mar - 19 Mar
30 Mar - 2 Apr
27 Apr - 30 Apr
4 May - 7 May
18 May - 21 May
25 May - 28 May