FFF Racing by ACM continued its impressive season in the Super Trofeo Asia Series at the weekend in Buriram, Thailand with another victory and further podium positions in what was the second round of the championship. With the third victory of the season Andrea Amici and Artur Janosz extend their championship advantage to 12 points from teammates Jack Bartholomew and James Pull.
Super Trofeo Asia
Having wrapped up the Super Trofeo Middle East championship in style with a dominant performance in all three categories, FFF Racing by ACM are pleased to confirm its two-car entry in Super Trofeo Asia and a striking new Roger Dubuis ST Evo livery.
Jack Bartholomew returns to the team having secured the Pro title a few weeks ago in Bahrain and will race alongside James Pull. The paring will compete on the #19 entry having performed so well together in the final two rounds of the Super Trofeo Middle East Championship where together they won four races from four starts.
FFF Racing by ACM notched up two further podium positions this weekend (23-24 September) as the Super Trofeo Asia Series visited Shanghai International Circuit.
The Chinese-based team made a few changes as they gear up for the World Finals at the end of the season at Imola. The team, therefore, opted to pair Jack Bartholomew and Richard Goddard in the #5 Pro-entry, while Carrie Schreiner was joined by Armaan Ebrahim in the #50 Pro-Am car.
FFF Racing by ACM are all set for a double programme this weekend (23-25 June, 2017) at Suzuka, Japan with its Blancpain GT Series Asia entries as well as Super Trofeo Asia.
The team are looking forward to competing at the classic Suzuka circuit, a unique track in that it is in a figure of eight. Built in 1962 by famous circuit designer John Hugenholtz, the venue remains one of the favourite circuits for fans and drivers alike.