International Series in the spotlight as Bangsaen's second decade opens

International Series in the spotlight as Bangsaen's second decade opens

24.06.2017: As the Bangsaen Grand Prix gets ready to open up its second decade with next week’s 11th edition, it will also kick its off a ‘

As the Bangsaen Grand Prix gets ready to open up its second decade with next week’s 11th edition, it will also kick its off a ‘second chapter’ as for the first time in its history a major international series will join the Thailand Super Series (TSS) programme.

 

 

And it won’t be just one major series but two as Porsche Carrera Cup Asia and TCR Asia Series will both be in action on the street circuit.
 


After an almost four-year hiatus the legendary Aston Martin name is set to return to the Super Car grid in Bangsaen as Painkiller Racing will field their long-time idled Vantage GT4 for team stalwart Rudolf Yu. It will also mark the first time that one of the British sportscars has appeared in the famous Thai street race.
 


Tanart Sathienthirakul. His wasn’t too familiar a name in Asia until earlier this year, although he comes from a well-known racing family, and that's because his career took him over to Europe and mainly in F3 level single seaters.



 For 2017 Tanart has gathered up that experience and refocused his career on Asia and although we're only halfway through the year he's quickly become one to take notice of after putting in strong performances in both Super Car GTM and Porsche Carrera Cup Asia. He has a busy programme in the two series and that's all going to become a whole lot busier next week as both series will be on the schedule in Bangsaen.
 


The Bangsaen Grand Prix’s ‘Endurance’ race has attracted a lot of international names over recent years, many well-known driver’s slipping into the seats of the small sedans and hatchback’s that busily contest the 6-hour race which traditionally takes place on Friday and amongst those high profile names are Yuey Tan and Claire Jedrek.
 


Rewind back to the opening round of the season in Buriram and certainly many, many drivers stood out over the weekend, so it’s very hard to really pick just one star out – but certainly the heroics of the reigning Super 2000 champion, Kittipol Pramoj Na Ayudhya, simply couldn’t be missed.

 



 
'International' double date in Bangsaen

 


As the Bangsaen Grand Prix gets ready to open up its second decade with next week’s 11th edition, it will also kick its off a ‘second chapter’ as for the first time in its history a major international series will join the programme. And it won’t be just one major series but two as Porsche Carrera Cup Asia (PCCA) and TCR Asia Series will both be in action on the street circuit.
 


It’s going to be a fascinating new dawn for the Bangsaen Grand Prix and the beachfront paddocks will be bursting to the seams with international drivers, teams and technicians as these two high profile international series slug it out on a track that will be an all-new proposition for most of the participants. Tight, narrow, technical and ultra-demanding, the Bangsaen Street Circuit finally is ready to move into the global spotlight.
 


PCCA will bring two dozen identical-specification Porsche 991 GT3 Cup machines to Bangsaen as it lays on its third double header round of the season. Following rounds at Shanghai, China, and Fuji, Japan, Bangsaen now puts its name up in bright lights and following the visit to Thailand PCCA will venture to Sepang twice as well as to the Singapore F1 track before completing the circle by closing the year out back in Shanghai.
 


Who to look out for next week? Martin Ragginger, on 88 points, leads the standings with two wins and two second places from the four races held so far – he’s had an almost perfect start to the season and has already opened out an 11 point cushion at the front, so his rivals will have to respond next week, they cannot allow the Austrian to gain any more ground. Martin actually has had connection with TSS already, he was a regular in our paddock a few seasons ago as driver coach when ‘Kiki’ Sak Nana campaigned a Porsche 997 GT3-R in Super Car GT3.
 


But he’s certainly beatable and hot on Martin’s heels come two exciting young New Zealand drivers, Chris Van Der Drift (77 points) and Will Bamber (74 points). Chris is the 2015 PCCA champion and is back in the series for another stab at glory; he took his first win of the year at the last round, held at Fuji, so he’s right back in the groove and will be gunning for more maximum points scores in Bangsaen.
 


Will, meanwhile, is a familiar face in Thailand, as, aside from being the younger brother of Porsche factory driver Earl (who in fact clinched his second Le Mans 24 Hours win at the wheel of the Porsche 919 Hybrid just last weekend after a sensational comeback drive), he’s been the driver coach for Painkiller Racing for several seasons now.



 Will has had plenty of laps to his name around the street circuit while shaking down and setting up the team’s diverse roster of racecars, which handily includes a Porsche 991 GT3 Cup, as well as the preceding 997 version, while he’s also lapped in their Ginetta and Honda Civic.



Will also teamed up with Norway Racing to share driving duties in their Honda City during February’s Bangsaen 6-Hour Endurance Race, so he’s got plenty of track knowledge to build on. That should stand the young Kiwi in very good stead as a strong qualifying performance is going to be of vital importance next week. Expect him to be fast straight out of the box and have an eye on pole.
 


Then comes Porsche supported youngster Andrew Tang on 60 points. The Chinese driver has been looking very pacey this season but a crash during the last round was costly in terms of points and he’s dropped off the top three. Andrew quite simply has to start his fightback next weekend if he wants to keep his title hopes alive.
 


The ‘local’ contingent will be looking to seize the opportunity to shine on home soil – and all should be very competitive. Tanart Sathienthirakul is the best placed Thai driver overall (see separate story) while in the Amateur (Am) category expect to see Suttiluck Buncharoen and TSS President Sontaya Kunplome both use their vast local knowledge to the maximum.



Suttiluck was bang on the Super Car GTM pace during February’s 10th edition of the Bangsaen Grand Prix driving a Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo and he’s current in fifth place in PCCA’s Am category while Sontaya has taken a big step forward in terms of overall pace this year and will be looking to grind out good results on his ‘home’ soil.
 


The PCCA runners will have two races in Bangsaen, on Saturday and Sunday afternoon – and that’s the same story for TCR Asia which will also be in town for a double header.
 


Just like PCCA, TCR Asia Series will be in Bangsaen for the first time ever and its arrival is set to give the TCR Thailand runners a superb opportunity to pitch themselves against the best in Asia as the two series will combine on one grid. That’s the key to the TCR concept – allowing upcoming drivers to flourish – so expect our top Thai drivers to seize this unrivalled chance to do some giant killing with both hands.
 


But what of the top TCR Asia Series drivers? Well there’s a Thai name to look out for here too – and it’s a very familiar name – Kantadhee Kusiri. The youngster has graduated to the regional series this year driving a Team Engstler-prepared VW Golf and the results have been nothing short of sensational. After three rounds and six races he has a perfect pole-to-flag win to his name and currently stands third in the points classification, just 8 points off the top. He has superb form on these streets too.



Kantadhee won both TCR Thailand races in Bangsaen back in February driving a Honda Civic – comfortably as he blew away his rivals – so he simply couldn’t be any better placed as he certainly knows the circuit inside out. His rivals will have to work very hard if they want to stop him claiming the spoils of victory – and he’s not just aiming for local glory, he wants to win the TCR Asia Series title and this is a perfect opportunity to take home some really big points scores.
 


The championship leader after the first six races is WS Lai (Honda Civic) who hasn’t actually won a race yet so the experienced Malaysian driver will be looking to put that right; however, his superbly consistent form, which includes three second places and two fourths, puts him at the summit of the classification with 93 points.



Kantadhee’s teammate, rapid Ecuadorian driver Diego Moran (VW Golf), with a win to his name at Zhuhai, is next up on 88 points, while the impressive Thai youngster is third on 85 points and Malaysian Abdul Kaathir (Honda Civic), also with a victory this season, is fourth on 81 points.
 


Look out too for former Super 2000 champion Tin Sritrai (Honda Civic) who won during TCR Asia Series’ first visit to Zhuhai earlier this year but he suffered a dreadful return visit to the Chinese track during the last round and after retiring in both races, which meant he picked up no points, the young Thai driver has slipped down the Drivers’ classification. He will want to bounce back from that disappointment in style and where better than here.
 


Bangsaen will also see the exciting new Audi RS3 LMS TCR appearing in Thailand for the first time ever. Audi Hong Kong’s teenage driver Jasper Thong raced the dramatic new TCR car to a sensational debut victory in the third round and expect these striking German cars to be on the pace.

 
 
 


Spectre of an Aston Martin in Bangsaen

 


After an almost four-year hiatus the legendary Aston Martin name is set to return to the Super Car grid in Bangsaen next week as Painkiller Racing will field their long-time idled Vantage GT4 for team stalwart Rudolf Yu. It will also mark the first time that one of the British sportscars has appeared in the famous Thai street race.
 


Aston Martin was represented on the grid during our first season of Thailand Super Series and the Prodrive-built Vantage GT4 set to be in the thick of the action in Bangsaen took part in our opening round in 2013, which saw the series travelling cross border to Sepang International Circuit.



This racecar then remained in Malaysia and moved into the hands of Painkiller Racing who used it in the Sepang 12 Hours (then known as the Malaysia Merdeka Endurance Race or MMER) that year, with Rudolf in fact on the driving strength along with Naputt Assakul and Umar A. Rahman. After a real adventure of a race, which included the team having to strip a road car in Kuala Lumpur to obtain a replacement part for a broken drivetrain component, the car finished third in the Sport Production class and the trio took a trip to the podium.
 


The Vantage has remained gathering dust in the garage since then. However, following Rudolf’s incident during Race 2 of the opening round of this year’s Super Car GTC season, which saw the Ginetta he usually drives badly damaged after whacking the barriers after a spin coming out of Turn 1, the team hurriedly brought the Aston Martin back into the equation with Bangsaen looming on the calendar. It was shipped up to Bangkok and in the last couple of weeks has been prepared to go racing again.
 


The Aston Martin Vantage is homologated to FIA GT4 specification and will add to a steadily growing influx of GT4 cars funnelling into Super Car GTC, joining the KTM X-Bow GT4 and Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport on the grid. The British brand of course is very well known for its motorsport heritage and only last week the factory Prodrive team raced to a stunning last lap victory in the GTE Pro class of the Le Mans 24 Hours, beating out official entries from Chevrolet, Porsche and Ferrari – so they know how to build racecars.
 


This will be Rudolf’s fourth time at Bangsaen, so his track knowledge is on the mature side; he’s driven the team’s Honda Civic FD three times at Bangsaen in Super 2000 as well as doubling up in the Ginetta during the most recent edition, the delayed 11th Anniversary Bangsaen Grand Prix, held back in February.
 


The Hong Kong driver is clearly looking forward to getting back into the Aston Martin again and being reunited with a machine that carried him to that debut podium in the Sepang 12 Hours, which is still the only time he’s entered the famous Malaysian long distance race. “We finished third in class so I have very good memories indeed as that was the first time racing in a rear wheel drive car and the first time doing endurance,” Rudolf says.
 


However, while he’s eager to jump into the car again, he’s quick to admit that the Vantage’s characteristics won’t suit to Bangsaen. “The Aston Martin is a proper gentleman driver’s car, it controls easily, but it’s quite heavy and not the sharpest for sure,” Rudolf says. “The car is definitely more suited to Buriram than the tight streets of Bangsaen.”
 


As such his objectives for the weekend are really to get up to speed with the car again while enjoying the unique character and flavour of the Bangsaen Grand Prix. “I always look forward to Bangsaen, it’s a very special mix of street circuit and beachside pits,” he says. “[My] target is to bring the car back in one piece and get familiar with [it] again before properly gunning for it in Buriram. Due to work commitments, it's likely I won't have time in the car before qualifying.”
 


As usual Rudolf will also be driving the team’s Civic FD in Super 2000 and there is a neat twist here too as this particular Japanese sedan formed the other half of a dual assault on the Sepang 12 Hours in 2013 – and while the Vantage raced to a well-deserved third place and thus delivered a podium finish, the Civic in fact sensationally won the ‘Touring’ category with an all-star driver line-up in the cockpit, hotshot young brothers Kantasak and Kantadhee Kusiri, who will both be in action in Super Car GTM next week in Bangsaen, Paul Kanjanapas, the recently crowned Super Car GTM Am champion who will continue defending his title next week, and motorsport bedrock Anothai Eamlumnow.

 
 


 
Rapidly growing recognition



 
Tanart Sathienthirakul. His wasn’t too familiar a name in Asia until earlier this year, although he comes from a well-known racing family. That's basically because his career took him over to Europe early and mainly in F3 level single seaters.
 


For 2017 Tanart has gathered up all that experience and refocused his career on Asia and although we're only halfway through the year he's quickly become one to take notice of after putting in strong performances in both Super Car GTM and Porsche Carrera Cup Asia. He has a busy programme in the two series and that's all going to become a whole lot busier next week as both series will be on the schedule in Bangsaen, one straight after the other in fact. It's going to be a real test for the 24-year-old, but it's one he's relishing.
 


After several seasons in EuroFormula 3 and last year in the Renault Sport Trophy ‘One Make’ series he jumped into Porsche’s 991 GT3 Cup for the first time at the Bangsaen Grand Prix back in February as he started to dial himself into the car and track.
 


Since then he's kicked off participation in the new Super Car GTM season, which started in Buriram back in May, where he hauled himself into the thick of the '991 battle’ taking on drivers who have racked up much more experience of the car and marking himself out as one to watch while in PCCA he's been steadily moving closer to the front, mixing it up with the established stars in this hard fought championship.
 


Now comes his biggest challenge of the year as he battles for both Super Car and PCCA glory on the streets of the fishing port cum tourist resort. That will be his fifth event driving the Porsche 991 GT3 Cup, a unique racecar that requires a process of learning to extract the maximum from it and with each race he’s improved his pace.



 So has he reached the car’s limit yet? “Now I'm getting more used to the car but still I think I’m not at the maximum yet but getting closer every time I'm in the car,” Tanart says.
 


He’s pleased to see that his pace is improving as the season plays out but with the differences between Super Car GTM and PCCA it isn’t a straightforward process to analyse. “In TSS it's hard to tell [where I am] because of the different cars and engines,” he says. “But in PCCA, yes, compared to my first race in Shanghai in Fuji I was closer to [the front]. So yes I think I'm getting faster every time.”
 


Although he has limited experience on this street circuit, Tanart is already a fan. “I really enjoy driving at Bangsaen,” he says. “It's not easy but it becomes really enjoyable when you get it right! With my car being a standard car, it just has problems over the bumps and I can't really attack the corners much.”
 


Tanart is going to have one of the toughest challenges of any driver in Bangsaen as he will be racing in both Super Car GTM and PCCA – that’s five races in total, both at the wheel of a Porsche 991 GT3 Cup, although they will be different machines for each series.



While GTM kicks off on Friday, it’s going to get tougher on Saturday and Sunday when the two races on each day are scheduled consecutively. Is that going to present difficulties? “Yes, on Saturday and Sunday both are right after each other,” he says. “I think it's really good because my body will be warmed up for the race after!”
 


Finally, what is his target for the weekend? “Because in GTM it’s a bit difficult to judge I just think of it as more of a preparation for PCCA,” he says. “I think I have a higher chance to be on the podium at Bangsaen for PCCA.”

 

 

- Edd Ellison - photos TSS

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