Akihiro Asai

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Akihiro Asai (born September 13, 1975) is a Japanese race car driver. He started racing karts in 1991, and moved up to open-wheel racing in 1994 at the age of 18.[1] He won East & West Japanese Formula 4 titles in 1997.[1] He competed in Formula Holden Australian Driver's Championship (1998–1999, 2002) and CART Toyota Atlantic (2000). Started entering GT car racing in 2003 from Team Taisan in the Japanese GT Championship where he won the first race. Competed in the Japanese GT Championship and Super GT in 2004, 2005 and 2010. Also raced in the 2005 Super Taikyu Series championship. From 2010, started to participate racing in south east Asia region and in 2011 he won the Supercar Thailand N.A. class Championship. Also races widely in GT Asia, Asian Le Mans Series, Thailand Super Series.

Racing record

Complete Super GT results

Year Team Car Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DC Pts
2003 Team Taisan Porsche 911 GT3R GT300 TAI
1
FUJ
11
SUG
13
FUJ
8
FUJ
10
MOT
18
AUT
9
SUZ
5
10th 38
2004 Team Taisan Porsche 911 GT3R GT300 TAI
SUG
SEP
10
TOK
MOT
AUT
SUZ
22nd 1
2005 Teramoto Porsche 911 GT3-RSR GT300 OKA
FUJ
SEP
SUG
13
MOT
FUJ
AUT
SUZ
NC 0
2010 LMP Motorsport Ferrari F430 GTC GT300 SUZ
OKA
FUJ
SEP
SUG
SUZ
11
FUJ
C
MOT
15
NC 0

References

  1. ^ a b "A.Satoh's Special Interview with Akihiro Asai". 2000-07-30. Retrieved 2010-08-30. [permanent dead link]
  • Driver Database stats
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