Eurasia Motorsport enter CN class in Asian Le Mans Series

Eurasia CN prototype

Eurasia CN prototype

Eurasia Motorsport has confirmed it will enter a Tatuus PY012 CN car to the 2014 Asian LMS.

Team Principal, Mark Goddard said: “Eurasia Motorsport has supported the LMP CN class concept from the outset as we believe it is a perfect fit for the region and for the team.

“It is a cost effective introduction for drivers to LMP and allows our young Formula Masters China Series racers to progress to LMP with the team. It is also a viable option for gentlemen drivers to experience long distance racing in one of the region’s most prestigious series”

Eurasia Motorsport was founded in 2003 which swept the board in the 2010 Formula BMW Pacific Series winning the Driver, Team and Rookie Championships and they were also Team and Driver Formula Pilota Master Champions in 2011. In 2012 the team dominated the Formula Pilota China Series becoming Driver, Asian Driver Class and Team Champions.

Last year saw the team win the Formula Masters China Driver Class.

The team managed and ran the Craft Racing cars for the past four years winning an entry for Craft Racing for the Le Mans 24 Hours and gaining GT race wins in Asian Le Mans and GT Asia plus a podium in the Dubai 24 hours.

The team has also successfully run Formula Three and V6 Asia cars, winning races and championships.