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Old 21 Jun 2009, 02:35 (Ref:2487261)   #1
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Asian GT Masters

Paul Poon of Hong Kong won the first race at the ET China Asian GT Masters yesterday, driving a Ferrari 430 GT3. Lee B. Oliver finishes second with Samson Fung in third place in class, though he was beaten by female driver Rose Tan in a Porsche 997 Cup.

This was the first time a Ginetta G50 Evo races in China.

The races can be seen on Hong Kong's NOW TV Sports channel 4 throughout the week.

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Old 21 Jun 2009, 02:43 (Ref:2487263)   #2
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compare this to the GT3 asia series? The series in asia are slightly hard to follow
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Old 21 Jun 2009, 07:48 (Ref:2487319)   #3
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Interesting. I had no idea that Ginetta had a GT3 version of the G50
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Old 22 Jun 2009, 18:49 (Ref:2488510)   #4
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They donīt have a real GT3 version. But Ginetta developed the G50Z, which is a basic idea of a GT3 for 2010.
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The car did not race in the GT3 Class of the ET China Asian GT Masters, it raced in the A class instead. Also in the same class is the Porsche 997 Cup.
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poor championship. drivers skills very low. gt3 cars 1,5 sec slower than best porsche carrera cup (menzel,sugden,avila,oyoung).
gt3 asia is truly asia. this is chinese copy.
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The car did not race in the GT3 Class of the ET China Asian GT Masters, it raced in the A class instead. Also in the same class is the Porsche 997 Cup.


Universally, I think their A class is GT3 performance, like the GT Open has GTA (GT2).

Also, when will Ginetta complete The G50 GT2?
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Old 2 Jul 2009, 07:04 (Ref:2494862)   #8
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For this championship, A class is not up to GT3 performance.

Lam Pak, I think Paul Poon and his mates will take issue with what you said about the quality of the drivers.
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For this championship, A class is not up to GT3 performance.

Lam Pak, I think Paul Poon and his mates will take issue with what you said about the quality of the drivers.

I don't think he has said one positive thing about any Asian team. Infact. I bet he likes JLOC just because they actually are 100% Asian.

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Old 4 Jul 2009, 01:25 (Ref:2495677)   #10
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For this championship, A class is not up to GT3 performance.

Lam Pak, I think Paul Poon and his mates will take issue with what you said about the quality of the drivers.
okay,'PaSa' pairs has a good result on touring cars but they slower than 911 Cup cars 1-2 second a lap with a fully spec GT3 cars,that's a fact.They would have room to improve (as this is their first taste of MR) but how much?
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Give them time. I think it's cool to see Asia with sports car series.
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okay,'PaSa' pairs has a good result on touring cars but they slower than 911 Cup cars 1-2 second a lap with a fully spec GT3 cars,that's a fact.They would have room to improve (as this is their first taste of MR) but how much?
I think the cars are still new to them and they haven't really have the opportunity to set them up properly. Give them sometime before critisizing.
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