Drayson Racing. Asian Le Mans’ Okayama. Prototypical

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The inaugural Asian Le Mans Series weekend at Okayama, Japan will be the first time an Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO)-sanctioned series has been run in the Far East. However, Drayson Racing sees it as a prototypical event made in the image of the 24 Hours of Le Mans itself. Paul Drayson (London/Gloucestershire, UK) and Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Champion Jonny Cocker (Guisborough, Yorks, UK) will share the No. 87 Drayson Racing Lola with Judd Power in the pair of races at the Okayama International Circuit before a fervent crowd of Japanese sports car fans on 31 October and again on 1 November.

We cannot wait until the next video installment of Drayson Racing’s “World Tour” and will hopefully bring it to you in the next couple of weeks.

Pic: Regis Lefebure

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