Archive For The “Chang International Circuit” Category

Buriram BRIC/ARRC Weekend Race Meeting

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Buriram BRIC/ARRC Weekend Race Meeting

  The second round of the ARRC series took place this weekend at the Chang International Circuit and provided close racing in all classes with exciting finishes. The famous turn 12, the final turn into the finish area providing some hair raising moments. In Saturday’s Suzuki challenge race we had around 10 riders together into…

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MotoGP To Come To Chang International Circuit ?

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MotoGP To Come To Chang International Circuit ?

The cabinet yesterday gave the green light for Thailand to host MotoGP races, the Tourism and Sports Minister said. Under the plan, proposed by the ministry, Thailand would host a motorcycle Grand Prix for three years from 2018-2020. The Chang International Circuit in Buri Ram is the proposed venue for the race. The government would…

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World Superbike Race 2 Sunday at Buriram.

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World Superbike Race 2 Sunday at Buriram.

  Another great win for the king of this circuit Johnathan Rea of Northern Ireland, 5 wins and a second in the races held here in the last three years. He charged off into the lead from the off followed by Marco Melandri and Chaz Davies who was unlucky to fall on the second lap….

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Flying Scotsman Is On Form At The Buriram Circuit

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Flying Scotsman Is On Form At The Buriram Circuit

Local lad Gary Johnson was out with the top guys this weekend at the Chang International circuit, racing in the Thailand Kawasaki Superbike championship in only his third ever event. He recorded his best lap ever around the circuit with a time of 1min – 48.56 seconds taking around 4 seconds off his former personal…

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Jackie Chan Team Claim Victory In The Asian Le Mans Series In Buriram

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Jackie Chan Team Claim Victory In The Asian Le Mans Series In Buriram

Jackie Chan DC Racing are back at the top of the podium having won the 4 Hours of Buriram. The #35 Jackie Chan DC Racing Oreca 03R Nissan came out on top, ahead of the #25 Algarve Pro Racing Ligier JSP2 Nissan and the #24 Algarve Pro Racing Ligier JSP2 Judd. 26 cars took to…

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Heat Is On For The Buriram Le Mans

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Heat Is On For The Buriram Le Mans

After a great day’s entertaining racing and qualifying/practice sessions for the Asian Le Mans,everything is all set for a fantastic four hour endurance race at the Chang International Circuit tomorrow (Sunday). The cars will line up on the track around 11:30 and the 4 hour race will then get underway.  The leading teams are looking…

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Jackie Chan In Buriram With His Le Mans Racing Team This Weekend

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Jackie Chan In Buriram With His Le Mans Racing Team This Weekend

  The international movie super star, Jackie Chan is in town for the weekend. He is the owner of Jackie Chan DC Racing Team and they are currently leading the Asian Le Mans Series. Chang International Circuit will be hosting the event at Buriram this weekend.   With thousands of fans arriving in the city…

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Snake Caused Red Flag Incident At Buriram Racing

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Snake Caused Red Flag Incident At Buriram Racing

Track marshal catches the snake that caused red flag in Supersport 600 FP1 at the Chang International Circuit on December 4th 2016. He then takes it for a ride. One-handed, off course.   Caught on the big screen at the circuit. Buriram Track Marshals are rated amongst the best in Asia   Source: Barry Russell…

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Thai Riders Dominate at Chang International Buriram

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Thai Riders Dominate at Chang International Buriram

Dacha Kraisart did the double for Thailand with Chalermpol also from Thailand taking 2nd place in the Supersport 600 cc Race 2 to dominate proceedings. Antony West took third spot on the podium.       The 250 cc series was won by Thai rider Apiwat who also took the 2016 championship for the series….

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Dream Cup Winner Goes To Nakamura In Buriram

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Dream Cup Winner Goes To Nakamura In Buriram

Race won by Nakamura of Japan who is also this year’s champion. Broc Pearson could only manage an 8th place in this race but still finished at a, well deserved 4th position in the championship. We wish him and his team success next year in whichever class he decides to ride.   Report by Colin and…

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