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Off the back of a successful 2017 China Endurance Championship campaign Melbourne base driver Tim Macrow has joined Malaysian outfit S&D Motorsport Malaysia for his second season in the China Endurance Championship.
The China Endurance Championship is in its second year with five championship rounds, under the current configuration the championship runs the Le Mans Prototype three race cars, the championship is a feeder category for Le Mans Asia Series and 24 hours of Le Mans.
Macrow has teamed up with German Tim Zimmermann for the 2018 season, both drivers are looking to forward to get back on the track and earn some valuable championship points.
Macrow is looking to build his footprint in Asian motorsport with the China Endurance Championship and the Asian Le Mans Series toward the end of the year. The first round of the China Endurance Championship takes place at Shanghai International Circuit on the 27th to 29th of April.
– Tim Macrow: “I am looking forward to getting back to Shanghai as the circuit is fantastic, and with the drivers coming to race the championship, it looks like being a really exciting year.
– having Tim Zimmermann as a partner for this year means we can have a proper crack at the championship.
– Really excited to be back with S&D, can’t wait to work with Harry (team owner) and Terry (chief engineer) and all the guys again.
– Big thank you to Harry Chai and to Ken Ma from FRD for helping me get the deal over the line.”