Atlantic Racing Team has revealed a two-car CN program for the Asian Le Mans Series, including confirmation of the first two drivers for its new prototype effort.
The Canadian-owned, Asian-based effort will field a pair of Wolf GB08 cars for drivers Guille Pintanel and Tamakorn Ramindra, while also aiming to debut Wolf’s new LMP2 car before the end of the season.
“For 2014 we established an ambitious race program for our drivers and our team,” team manager Ingo Strackerjan said. “We are participating with two newly developed 2014 Wolf Prototype cars in the Asian LeMans CN/LMP3 class as the official factory team.
“We hope that the new LMP2 car, now under development at the factory in Italy, be coming to Asia in for the last 2 ALMS races so that our drivers can also experience the newest technologies.”
The five-round Asian championship, which kicks off in Inje, South Korea in July, will feature the FIA CN2-spec machines for the first time, alongside an expected increased field of LMP2 cars and the new GT class, comprised of GTE and GT3-spec machinery.