FFF Racing by ACM seek further podiums in Blancpain GT Series Asia and Super Trofeo Asia

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FFF Racing by ACM seek further podiums in Blancpain GT Series Asia and Super Trofeo Asia

It was an impressive start to the Blancpain GT Series Asia and Super Trofeo Asia championships last time out in Malaysia for FFF Racing by ACM, with the team securing fantastic podium positions in the former and double victories in the latter. Now the Chinese-based team are all set for the challenge that awaits this coming weekend (12-13 May) at Buriram International Circuit, Thailand.

Martin Kodric and Dennis Lind enjoyed a great first race together in Sepang in the #19 Lamborghini Huracan GT3. The latter took pole position and controlled the pace at the front before a great battle saw Kodric forced to settle for second position.

Lind is looking forward to his next challenge, albeit at a circuit he is not familiar with. “I’m looking forward to Buriram, it’s my first time there, but I’ve been briefed thoroughly by the team who have plenty of experience at this circuit,” said the Dane who is second in the Silver rankings after two rounds. “I’m sure we will have another good result this weekend!”

The sister Pro-Am #63 entry of Marco Mapelli and Hiroshi Hamaguchi ran at the sharp end in the second race of the weekend before recording a fine third place finish, to leave them in the same position in the Pro-Am standings.

While the team enjoyed the double podium in the GT Series, the Super Trofeo opening rounds of the season saw Artur Janosz and Andrea Amici claim double victories in the #63 Lamborghini Super Trofeo after a truly dominating display in Malaysia while Jack Bartholomew and James Pull secured second and fourth positions respectively.

“We made a good start to both campaigns in Malaysia and the aim in Thailand is to further improve as a team,” said team owner Sean Fu Songyang. “Wins are always the target and if we can carry on the momentum, they will come in both series’.”