Some close encounters
Thailand Super Pickup Round 1
The Pickups got us underway on Sunday at 9am.  this time all of the cars were on the track at the right time and the grid was full.  Car #65 Waris Onrayab in the Bendix SRT – Nitto Header Racing Team Isuzu D-Max led from the start to the flag with a separate race going on behind him.  Car #13, #29, #23, and #2 contesting the remaining podium places.  After several more laps though the gaps started to open up and eventual the race order was 1st, #65 Waris Onrayab, 2nd #23 Chinnwut Laochinchart in a Isuzu D-Max and 3rd #29 Jaras Jaengkamolkulchai in the YSS Racing shock-PTT ORCHID-Lenso Team Toyota Revo.
Car #65 Waris Onrayab crossing the finishing line.
Thailand Super ECO
A 9 lap race that was under yellow flags and safety car for most of it!  After 3 laps one car #24, Nasaran Potisonothal in a Honda Brio, became stranded on the side of the track after turn 5 which brought out the safety car.  Several laps went by while the car was removed to safety.  Once removed the cars started to race again but with only two laps remaining, it was going to be a wild sprint to the finish.  However, not one lap went by and the yellows were out again!  It was soon made safe and racing resumed with Atip Puwananon (#88) in the 88 Motor Trade Honda Brio Amaze leading the pack.  However, on the last lap he suffered some engine problem and the lead was taken up by Chaiya Muang-ngam in the Morseng Racing team Honda Brio (#44).  Chaiya Muang-ngam crossed the line in first place but a drive through penalty for exceeding the track boundaries was given which dropped him down to 11th place as aresult. The eventual podium was taken up by #46 Naruchit Kiatmaneesri in the Team J-One Donut Racing team Honda Brio in first place, second place went to #26 Adisak Tangphuncharoen driving the B-Quik Racing team Honda Brio and finally in third place #41 Boonyarit Supasiri also driving in a Team J-One Donut Racing team Honda Brio.
Car #24 being removed from the track while the other cars pass by behind the safety car.
Car #88 leading after the restart.


The Morseng Racing team Honda Brio (#44) coming around the last bend to finish the race but not win!  The 1st and 2nd placed cars can be seen following him across the line.
Thailand Supercar GTC/Cayman GT4 Trophy Thailand/Thailand Touring Car
Porsche Cayman 1-2-3 finish!
The three winning Porsche Cayman GT4 seen here in 1st, 2nd and 4th place.
The winning car #14, Chayapon Yotha in the Morseng Racing Team Porsche Cayman GT4
Thailand Supercar GT3/GTM Round 4
The race lined up with a few cars missing from yesterdays racing, notably car #57 the Lamborghini Huracan, which I am guessing could not be repaired for todays race.  The rolling start and early laps went with no issues with the attana PSC Motorsport Lamborghini #28 leading the GT3’s from Pole Position.  Behind them the GTM were being led away by car #15 the Mongkol Motorsports  Porsche 991.  !0 minutes in though and eventual race winner #26 B-Quik Racing team Audi R8 Ultra had a spin at corner 12, waiting a long time for the other cars to pass before it could rejoin.  The safety car was called out on a couple of occasions as cars left the track and stopped in precarious positions.  Car #26 B-Quik Racing team Audi R8 Ultra used the pitstop and safety Cars to good effect and eventually took a commanding lead to finish the race 1st.  The Audi was followed home by the two Ferrari’s #34 and # 89.  The lamborghini came in at 4th place.
Car #28 leading the cars in 2 x 2 formation for the rolling start


Car #26 B-Quik Racing team Audi R8 Ultra going on to take the checkered flag.
TA2 Thailand Round 4
Car #81 taking a spin at turn 12
The Tecpro Idemitsu Racing Chevrolet Camaro seen here running in 3rd place before eventually taking 1st.
TA2 Thailand Round 4
Picture 11 Caption – Car #81 taking a spin at turn 12
Picture 12 Caption – The Tecpro Idemitsu Racing Chevrolet Camaro seen here running in 3rd place before eventually taking 1st.
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Report by Roy Mcintosh