Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia

AMAC Motorsport set for Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia in 2019

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AMAC Motorsport are set to switch to Lamborghini’s for next years Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia, running a new-for-2019 Huracan GT3 Evo.

After finishing runners up in the Am Cup, both Andrew Macpherson and William Porter are set to return after their second seasons in the first-generation Huracan.

“We had a great year in 2018 learning all these world-class circuits in Asia,” said team owner/driver Macpherson.

“As a team we thoroughly enjoyed the season and cannot wait to be back on the grid at Sepang mixing it with the best teams and drivers that Asia has to offer.”

While GT3 Pro/Am and Silver Cup have to feature at least one Asian driver, the Am Cup is exempt from the ruling.

AMAC will join Craft-Bamboo and ARN Racing who have already confirmed their 2019 season plans in the series with further announcements expected before Christmas.

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