It's been a very tough decade getting to the grid year after year in the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia but there we were, lined up and ready to go at the Singapore Grand Prix for the 2018 edition of the legendary Marina Bay Circuit. This season, I have been lining up for the Novu Racing Team in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, the same team that brought me to the Singapore Grand Prix even though I had not been driving in the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia this year. Though Novu have branch
It seems like just a moment ago that I lined up for my first Singapore Grand Prix. The Tourism slogan for the STB was still Uniquely Singapore and the title sponsor was Singtel. That was all the way back in 2009. Now, some ten years later, I will be lining up for the Singapore Grand Prix for a 10th consecutive visit to the one of the most fantastic race weekends the world has ever seen! I must say; I have thoroughly missed everything about the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia since I
It was a proper up and downhill battle for Singaporean driver, Yuey Tan as he tackled the Marina Bay Circuit for the 7th time in his career, over the weekend.
The 33 year old driver had started off the weekend with a strong performance in practice, finishing third quickest behind Mentos Racing’s Egidio Perfetti and 100 Plus Racing’s Vuitthikorn.
“It’s always special to hit the tarmac at the Marina Bay Circuit and the first time of every weekend is like coming back to a
Porsche Carrera Cup Asia driver Yuey Tan is ready to go as he hits the Marina Bay Circuit for the seventh time, this coming weekend. “The Singapore Grand Prix is by far the biggest and most epic motor racing event, by a country mile in Asia,” said the Singaporean driver. “To race here for a seventh time is seven times more than I ever thought possible so to be here after all these years is really fantastic, and I am well aware of how lucky we are to be racing at such a challe
Singaporean driver, Yuey Tan took a Singapore GP class B victory in the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia over the weekend, scoring maximum points and putting him in contention for the class B championship title.
Last Friday saw the Porsche Carrera Cup series take to the streets of Singapore as the first event of the Singapore F1 GP Weekend for the only practice session of the weekend, a session that lacked a lot of grip for the drivers, even though most drivers were on a new tyre.
Singaporean race driver, Yuey Tan took the streets of Singapore for the last round of the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia. The PCCA has always been the support category for Formula One, enjoying a worldwide deal with the F1 organisation and supporting the Singapore, Shanghai and Malaysia F1 weekends with the Asian edition of the Carrera Cup. It was round 10 on the street circuit for the one make series in what was to be a messy race for the 24 runners. The day before, Tan qualified