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Adding to the growing grid of the Asian Le Mans Series, Pinnacle Racing Team (PRT Racing) has officially announced its entry in LMP3 for the 2016/2017 season running a Ginetta-Nissan prototype.
Ginetta has revealed its intentions to join the LMP3 field in the 2016-2017 Asian Le Mans Series, having announced Charlie Robertson and Ate de Jong as drivers for PRT Racing.
Ginetta can today confirm their representation on the 2016-2017 Asian Le Mans Series grid, as Factory Driver Charlie Robertson joins Ate de Jong at the wheel of a Ginetta LMP3 car.
The project of a second Asian series, first mooted in October 2015, has become reality for the Automobile Club de l’Ouest.
Further to the announcement of the creation of the Asian Le Mans Sprint Cup in January the regulations of the ACO new Asian series is now being finalized.
Ginetta can today (03/03/2016) confirm the UK race debut for the newly-launched Ginetta G57 will be as part of the Dunlop Prototype Series, organised by Britcar Endurance.


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