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‘Tod-Piti’ pairs up with “Bamber”, winning GT3 Thailand Super Series 2021, field 4

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Piti Bhirombhakdi, driver of Singha Motor Sports Team Thailand and Earl Bamber, teammate from New Zealand Prominently the champion of the fourth field After riding the Porsche 991 GT3R, No. 12 grabbed the checkered flag by dropping 31.448 seconds in second place in the Asian level car race “Thailand Super Series 2021”, the 4th race in Chang. International Circuit, Buriram Province on December 25th

Thailand Super Series It is the largest flat-road car race in ASEAN. Between 25-26 December 2021, it is the last three races of the season at Chang International Circuit, a 4.554 km-long course in Buriram Province. The highlight of the show is the Thailand Supercar GT3, a 60-minute race in a fully-manufactured FIA GT3 rated vehicle.

The fourth race on the afternoon of Dec 25, past Earl Bamber, New Zealand driver of the Singha team. Motorsport Team Thailand, which started in second place, but showed a great performance, moved the lead from the first round before passing on to Piti Bhirombhakdi, driving the Porsche 991 GT 3 R number 12 to the finish line. First place with a time of 1 hour 3 minutes 08.702 seconds, leaving the second place 31.448 seconds, this is the first win of this pair of drivers’ pairings, ready to move up to lead the cumulative points of the Thailand championship.

In second place were Martin Rump and Daniel Bilski, two drivers of the B-Quik/Absolute team in the No. 26 Audi R8 Evo, finishing in 1 hour 3 minutes 40.150. Second and third place Worawut Bhirombhakdi and Carlo Van Dam from Singha Motorsport Team Thailand Team with Ferrari 488 GT 3, finishing the race with a time of 1 hour 3 minutes 45.977 seconds.

As for the third race in the morning of the same day, Shariya Nuya and Phasrit Phromsombat in the Mercedes-AMG GT3 No. 7 from the YK Motorsports Billionnai team. Boy by Sunoco, who started in pole position, led the single-roll competition to finish before winning with a time of 1 hour 2 minutes 55.024 seconds, second place was Piti Bhirombhakdi and Ear. New Zealand team mate L Bamber in the Porsche 991 GT3R, number 12, record 1 hour 3 minutes 06.685 seconds and third place Worawut Bhirombhakdi and Carlo Van Dam, the Netherlands driver. In the Ferrari 488 GT 3 No. 89 of Singha Motorsport Team Thailand Statistics 1 hour 3 minutes 38.859 seconds