Thailand Super Series 8 -10th of May

super CarMaking  a return to Chang International Circuit, the “Thailand Super Series” is coming to Buriram from the 8th to the 10th of May.

This weekend will see the very first race meeting of the season for the series. 

As before, the Thailand Super Series contains a mix of different racing classes making it an exciting watch. Races vary in lap numbers from only four right up to fifteen times around the circuit.

Smaller classes taking part include Suzuki Swifts in the super eco class. 

Super Eco Class

eco Class suzuki swift

Other classes, namely the Super Class 1 and Super Class 2 contain Porsches, Lotus’s, Chevrolets and Lamborghini’s which, for enthusiasts, should be a thrilling watch. 

Porsches and Lamborghini’s Battling it out.

super Car Class 1

Much the same as a couple of weeks ago at the Bobby Hunter Super One race, Super Pick Up Trucks can also be seen spinning out and battling for position around the track.

Pick Up Trucks

pick ups

Teams in all classes will be looking for a solid start to establish themselves in the series, as this is the first race of the season. 

Also making a return for this race meeting at Chang International Circuit is the team that Buriram Times followed for much of last season. 

CEA Racing Team – Multiple Winners Last Season

cea team2

CEA racing, who have already had an excellent start to this season in another championship, will be eager to get out of the starting grid and continue their winning record at Buriram. 

Just over a week ago and taking part in the “Grand Prix Racing League” at Pattaya’s Bira racing circuit, CEA racing started off their season in domineering fashion by solidly winning both of their class’s Sunday races with comfortable margins. 

Two Trophies – A Good Weekend’s Work

CEA Trophies

The team sponsored by CEA Project Logistics and driven by Thomas Raldorf from Denmark, could not have hoped for a better beginning to the season.

They now come to Buriram for the “Thailand Super Series” confident of another winning weekend. 

Buriram Times shall be down at the circuit to get the latest from CEA and follow them throughout the weekend’s events. 

Warm ups are on Friday, qualification on Saturday and the final races take place on Sunday. 

The Car To Look Out For CEA’s No 29 Car


Ticket prices for seats in the grandstand for the event are as follows. 

Friday: 100 Baht

Saturday: 300 Baht

Sunday: 300 Baht 

All Three Days: 600 Baht. 

And another reason to come of course is the rather lovely promotional girls. 

Hello There!

super series Girls2 

Hello Again!

super series Girls

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