MULTIPLE ENTRIES FOR TF SPORT IN 2022 ASIAN LE MANS SERIES

PUBLISHED 03/12/2021
TAGS Asian Le Mans Series, Sam De Haan, Ahmad Al Harthy, Charlie Eastwood, Aston Martin GT3

TF Sport will once again field numerous entries at the Asian Le Mans Series, with a duo of Aston Martin Vantage GT3s heading to the Gulf in early 2022.

 

Following on from their first GT3 announcement, the 24 Hours of Dubai, British-based TF Sport will remain in the UAE for all four rounds of the 2022 Asian Le Mans Series.

 

The team’s first entry will consist of multiple GT3 champion Ahmad Al Harthy, British GT champion Sam De Haan and 24 Hours of Le Mans winner, Charlie Eastwood, in the freshly livered #69 Vantage GT3 and run under the Oman Racing with TF Sport banner.

 

Both Al Harthy and Eastwood have knowledge of the Championship and its tracks, albeit in sister cars, from the beginning of the 2021 season, however De Haan will make his debut with the series and Yas Marina Circuit.

 

TF Sport will announce the driver line-up for their second Aston Martin Vantage GT3 entry in due course.

 

In addition, the relationship with D’station Racing will expand into the Asian Le Mans Series, as TF Sport will provide support to the Japanese entry with their GT3 programme.

 

The 2022 Asian Le Mans Series begins at the Dubai Autodrome with the championship’s double- helping of the ‘4 Hours of Dubai’, on February 11-12. All teams will then head to Abu Dhabi where Yas Marina Circuit will host the remaining two ‘4 Hours of Abu Dhabi’ rounds.

 

All four races will be streamed live and for free on the Asian Le Mans Series YouTube channel.

 

Tom Ferrier, TF Sport - “It’s a good start to the year for us and our GT3 programmes. We had a tough time in the Asian Le Mans Series at the start of 2021, with some bad luck across the two circuits. Sam and Charlie will be well up to speed with Dubai after the 24 Hour in January and Ahmad knows both tracks well. We have a great collective line up and with the prize of a 24 Hours of Le Mans entry now only be awarded to the winner of each class, we will be pushing harder than ever for strong results at each round.”