V8 Supercars Chief Executive Officer James Warburton wants at least two Asian events on the Championship calendar by 2017.
The category is running a demonstration at the inaugural KL City Grand Prix this weekend, and Warburton believes this is a sign of things to come, with at least one other Asian event on the horizon for V8 Supercars.
Speaking to v8supercars.com.au earlier this year, he revealed that an MoU was signed for 2017 – and Warburton again reinforced the value of a second race in Asia yesterday.
The V8 Supercars are set to return to Kuala Lumpur next year, with the event becoming an additional Championship round on the calendar, though Warburton reminded fans only limited international events would make the cut moving forward.
“We’ve been very clear about the fact that we’re an Australian series that will have a couple of international races – two maybe three in time – but...
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