After a long break the Asia Classic Car Challenge finally gets back on track this weekend for rounds 5 and 6.
This weekend marks the halfway point for the ACCC with a couple of class championship leads up for grabs as the drivers will be competing in three rounds.
Expect more exciting racing as a number of drivers will be fighting to secure the top spots in their classes, including Peter Cardosa and Michael Teague who are equal first in Class B on 36 points, with Douglas Khoo a close second with 24 points. But with Raymond Gillon only 14 points from the leaders making it a four-way fight for the championship.
Hans de Back can’t afford to take it easy in Class C as he sits only 8 points in in the lead from Kelvin Davies with Matthew Graham holding on with a chance to steal the glory if he can secure some podium finishes over the three rounds.
A familiar car battling for the top two overall positions at the front of each race so far, Henk Kiks’ Porsche 944 will be looking to extend his comfortable championship lead in Class R over the Lola T590 of Erwin Boon. There’s a tight fight for third position with Daniel Bilski having to hold off Erik Bakker.
Daniel Bilski will be taking over the lead in Class O as his current class leader Mike Ricks has to sit out this weekend due to work commitments.
It’s going to be an exciting weekend with three ACCC races and lots to fight for on the track. Qualifying is at 2:30pm on Saturday with race one at 5:55pm, race two on Sunday morning at 9:00am and race three from 11:25am.
Entry to Sepang International Circuit is free.