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Asian GT Autopolis Report
Posted by: newsla on Jun 01, 2014 - 03:28 PM
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Asian GT Autopolis Report

A very interesting experience: this is the take-away for Joel Camathias of his one-off in the Asian GT Series, after taking part in the round held in Autopolis, Japan, where he drove the Aston Martin Vanatage V12 GT3 of Chinese NB Team, shared with Songyang Fu.


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While results haven’t been exceptional (a retirement in Race 1 and P13 in Race-2), the Swiss driver has done his job of assisting his team mate, a gentleman driver with still limited experience, and has enjoyed every moment of this unusual commitment.

From next weekend, Joel will be back to his natural racing environment, the International GT Open, with the second round of the season, at Portimão, Portugal.

Joel Camathias:

“It has been a very pleasant and interesting experience. I have discovered a great circuit such as Autopolis, in perfect conditions: great weather and a lot of public. The car wasn’t perfectly set-up and my team mate still needs to acquire experience. There was a significant difference in our lap times and a couple of mistakes, but I did what I was asked to do and things went OK. It’s a pity the power steering broke after a few laps in Race 1 and we had to retire, while in Race 2 we took P13 at the end, in a very competitive series. Now starts the long journey back to Europe and next weekend I will be back to normal business, with the GT Open in Portugal.”

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