First round of race series draws to a close

First round of race series draws to a close

The Thailand Super Series 2022 competition has ended. Partners such as Toyota Gazoo Racing Motorsport and RAAT Thailand Endurance International Championship were among more than 227 cars, racers and crew from 10 nationalities for the opening race of the season, which took place from June 29 to July 3 under the name Bangsaen Grand Prix.

The race kicked off with the smallest vehicles known as Thailand Super Eco, and then moved on to Thailand Super Compact, Thailand Super Production, Thailand Super Showroom, Thailand Touring Car and finally Thailand Super Pickup.

The highlights were Thailand Supercar GTC, Thailand Supercar GT3 and Thailand Supercar GTM. Bangsaen Beach in Chon Buri province has been labelled as one of the most beautiful racetracks in the world since it is styled as a street circuit. Some of the most popular Thailand Super Series race cars are GT3, GTM and GTC, as well as touring cars and pickup trucks, and super compact and super production models.

The second, third, and fourth races of the Thailand Super Series 2022 will be held at the Chang International Circuit in Buri Ram province from Aug 25-28, Oct 27-30 and Dec 8-11, respectively.

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