New Delhi, November 4: Arjun Maini, who is backed by JK Racing, is going to be extremely busy in November when he will be racing in Macau on the weekend from 15 to 17 and in Shanghai from between 22 to 24 this month. Arjun is returning to the 2019 FIA F3 Macau Grand Prix with Jenzer Motorsport. After two GP3 seasons in 2016-2017 with Jenzer (he won the Barcelona sprint race in 2017), he moved up to F2 in 2018-19, and also drove in the complete European Le Mans Series in 2019, as well as competing in the 24h Le Mans. Maini, who drove in Macau in 2015 and 2016, is excited to take up this special challenge once more.
Andreas Jenzer said: "It's fantastic to have our race winning driver back for our Macau campaign. We will all be working to achieve a top result!" Meanwhile, Arjun said: "I am Looking forward to racing in Macau again and to be back with Jenzer Motorsport. It is a challenging circuit especially now with the new generation cars as it will be a challenge for everyone to adapt quickly." Indian Racing Star Arjun Maini to Contest 24 Hours of Le Mans 2019.
RLR MSport with whom Arjun raced the 24 hours of Lemans and also the ELMS season in LMP2 is set to expand its reach to China, South East Asia and Australia with an assault on the 2019-20 Asian Le Mans Series LMP2 Am Trophy, in a bid to secure a coveted entry to the 88th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The Bolton team will field a sole ORECA 05 Nissan for European Le Mans Series (ELMS) regulars John Farano and Arjun Maini, and New Zealand's LMP2 debutant Andy Higgins for the duration of the four-part season that takes in some of the greatest racetracks in the Asia-Pacific region.
The 2019-20 Asian Le Mans Series commences at the Shanghai International Circuit in China (November 22-24) before moving on to The Bend Motorsport Park in South Australia (January 10-12), and it concludes with back-to-back races at Malaysia's Sepang International Circuit (February 14-15) and Thailand's Chang International Circuit (February 21-23).