China, Japan and Malaysia will feature on the shortened three race calendar for the 2015 Asian Le Mans Series.
Two of the three AsLMS races will take place on the support card for the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship races at Fuji (10 October) and Shanghai (31 October) with the final round set to take place 0n 20 December at Malaysia’s Sepang circuit.
The class structure for the 2015 season, as previously planned sees the new LMP3s added to the LMP2, CN and GT (combined GTE and GT3) classes.
Invitations for the 2016 Le Mans 24 Hours will be awarded to the winner in LM P2, the winner in LM P3 (provided that at least three LM P3s race in the 2015 championship) and one or two GTs depending on the number of LM P3s entered.
The Top Speed Company run by Davide De Gobbi based in Shanghai since 2005 will look after the logistics and the operations side of the 2015 events with the ACO confirming that the 2016 calendar should include a minimum of five rounds.