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The GT Asia Series is a sports car racing series based in Asia. The championship combines FIA GT3 specification cars as the elite class of the series with Ferrari Challenge, Porsche Cup and older GT3 machinery competing in the GTM class.

GT Asia Series
CategoryGrand tourer
Inaugural season2010
Tyre suppliersMichelin
Official websiteOfficial website
Motorsport current event.svg Current season

The series had its first season in 2010 with a dozen GT3 cars and has since expanded with grid sizes of 26 or more cars and a 13-round calendar visiting tracks in China, Malaysia, Japan and Thailand.[1]

The Series is organized by the Asian Festival of Speed (AFOS) and sanctioned by the FIA.[2]

In October 2016, the GT Asia Series announced a partnership with the Asian Le Mans Series. It includes a new Michelin Asia GT Challenge, which is a combined classification for GT3 teams, where the winner will get an invitation to the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

In April 2017, the GT Asia Series was announced to merge with the China GT Championship.


Season Driver Champion Team/Entrant Champion since 2012 Car
2010   Dilantha Malagamuwa   Dilango Racing Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 GT3
2011 GT3:   Weng Sun Mok
GTM:   Yung Luk Siu
GT4:   Nigei Farmer
CS:   Naoki Furuya
GT3:   Team Clearwater Racing
GTM: LKM Racing
GT4: ?
CS: ?
GT3: Ferrari 458 Italia GT3
GTM: Lamborghini Gallardo LP560
GT4: ?
CS: ?
2012 GT3:   Weng Sun Mok
GTM:   Hisamori Hayashi
GT3:   Team Clearwater Racing
GTM: ?
GT3: Ferrari 458 Italia GT3
GTM: ?
2013 GT3:   Li Zhi Cong
GTM: ?
GT3:   Asia Racing Team
GTM: ?
GT3: Porsche 911 GT3-R
GTM: ?
2014 GT3:   Weng Sun Mok
GTM:   Jacky Yeung
GT3:   Clearwater Racing
GTM: Tiger Racing Team
GT3: Ferrari 458 Italia GT3
GTM: Audi R8 LMS
2015 GT3:   Darryl O'Young
GTM:   Jerry Wang
GT3:   Craft-Bamboo Racing
GTM:   Absolute Racing
GT3: Aston Martin Vantage GT3
GTM: Audi R8 LMS Cup
2016 GT3:   Edoardo Liberati   Andrea Amici
GTM:   Dilantha Malagamuwa
GTC:   Kantasak Kusiri
Pro-Cup:   Edoardo Liberati   Andrea Amici
Pro-Am Cup:   Shaun Tong
Am-Cup:   Weng Sun Mok
GT3:   Bentley Team Absolute
GTM:   Dilango Racing
GTC:   Singha Plan-B Motorsport
GT3: Bentley Continental GT3
GTM: Lamboghini Gallardo FL2
GTC: Ferrari 458 Challenge


  1. ^ "GT Asia 2014 Calendar". AFOS. Archived from the original on 24 September 2014. Retrieved 15 October 2014.
  2. ^ "About AFOS". Archived from the original on 25 September 2014. Retrieved 15 October 2014.

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