Infinity Race Engineering is set to return to the 2016/2017 Asian Le Mans series, this time in the LMP3 class and supported by their new technical partner, Adess AG.
C.Q Loh, managing director, Infinity Race Engineering: “We’re extremely excited to be back in the Asian Le Mans Series with an ADESS. We saw the potential of what the ACO junior prototype formula had to offer to our more experienced gentlemen drivers as well as the development opportunities it presented to bring along young drivers in our journey to Le Mans. Stéphane Chosse and myself have been in contact for a few years now and have toyed with the idea of a partnership for a while, so the timing could not have been better! We’re definitely looking forward to putting the car through its paces using the Sprint Cup in Sepang as a training ground in preparation for onslaught of the Asian Le Mans Series.”
The Australian-Malaysian squad which finished third in the GT class campaigning a Ferrari 458 GT3 last season has signed a partnership deal with German chassis manufacturer, ADESS AG. This partnership will see Infinity Race Engineering as an outpost for ADESS AG in the Asian Pacific region, providing both parts and technical support.
Stéphane Chosse, CEO, ADESS AG: “We are delighted to see another ADESS-03 competing in Asia under the banner of Infinity Race Engineering”
The annnouncement for the Infinity Adess brings to five the number of cars now announced in the LMP3 class for the 2016 Asian Le Mans Series following on from the four Ginetta entries revealed in recent weeks.