The provisional entry for the final round of the 2019/20 Asian Le Mans Series at Buriram next weekend has been released with the same 23 cars listed as raced at Sepang yesterday, the China-based GT cars still absent with travel restrictions in place.
There are a number of driver changes listed with the replacements for the four drivers double-booked due to the fixture clash caused by the shift to CoTa by the FIA WEC now confirmed.
Hub Auto Corsa will place V8 Supercars star Tim Slade in the seat usually occupied by Davide Rigon aboard the #27 Ferrari, Slade makes his second appearance with the team this year in Thailand after driving for them at Bathurst this year. He has previously raced in GT World Challenge Asia with the squad.
2019 ELMS LMP3 Champion Mikkel Jensen replaces Kei Cozzolino in the Championship defending #7 Car Guy 488 GT3, it will be Jensen’s first appearance in a GT3 Ferrari.
Alessandro Pier Guidi will be replaced in the #51 Spirit of Race Ferrari by newly installed Factory GT driver Daniel Serra (below).
And as reported previously on DSC, Aston Martin factory driver Ross Gunn will cede his Asian LMS seat in the #77 D’Station Vantage GT3 to Tom Gamble.
Other changes include Neale Muston replacing Rory Penttinen in the #8 Graff Norma M30, and Nobuya Yamanaka rejoins the #1 Eurasia LMP2 effort for the final round of the Series.
Again as previously reported Rui Marques replaces Eduardo Freitas as Race Director.