The competitors in the Asian Le Mans Series will head to the Buriram circuit in Thailand this weekend for the third round of the season and the race is expected to be highly competitive in every class.
The first two rounds of the 2018-2019 Asian Le Mans Series season were won by two different teams. Spirit Of Race's #8 Ligier JS P2-Nissan claimed the top step on the podium at the 4 Hours of Shanghai and Algarve Pro Racing's #24 Ligier JS P2-Judd took first place at the 4 Hours of Fuji. Yet, it's American team United Autosports' #22 Ligier JS P2-Nissan in the lead in the provisional championship standings thanks to its two second place finishes at Shanghai and Fuji.
In the LMP3 class, the #13 Ligier JS P3 fielded by Inter Europol Competition is in the lead after winning the 4 Hours of Shanghai and coming in second at the 4 Hours of Fuji.
Lastly, in the GT class, the Ferrari 488 GT3 is looking for a third win in a row after the first two rounds of the season.
At the end of the 2018-2019 Asian Le Mans Series season, four teams will be invited to take the start at the next 24 Hours of Le Mans (15-16 June 2019). The ALMS season will come to a close on 24 February at the final round in Sepang, Malaysia.