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Thai driver Sandy Kraokaew Stuvik raring to compete in Buriram

Oct 19. 2019
Sandy Kraokaew Stuvik
Sandy Kraokaew Stuvik
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The final event in the 2019 the Thailand Super Series will return to the Chang International Circuit in Buriram on October 25-27 and will see Sandy Kraokaew Stuvik driving the new Audi R8 GT3 Evo for the first time on this circuit. The racer previously used the Audi R8 GT3 Ultra in Round 2 of the series.

Sandy, who will once again be sharing the cockpit with teammate Martin Rump for the final round, says the pair should perform well at the circuit, pointing out that they have a lot of experience here in other series.

“Although it’ll be our first time using our new 2019 Spec Audi R8 GT3 Evo at this track, we are confident that we have the formula to be successful. Martin brings with him many years of experience on this circuit with this car, so together we should able to finely tune the car for whatever conditions we may face,” he says.

Before heading to Buriram, Sandy and the B-Quik Racing Team will perform a shakedown of the car to make sure that everything is working properly. After a successful round in Bang Saen, the Thai driver is keen to get back into the car.

“Bang Saen feels like it happened ages ago, but I’ve been keeping fit and ready for this last round. I’m looking forward to driving at Buriram again and it’ll be interesting to see our pace compared to our competitors now that we have the new Audi R8 GT3 Evo. We’re also still in the hunt for the Teams’ and Drivers’ championships, with many points still up for grabs,” says Sandy.

The culminating round of the Thailand Super Series will be one to watch as there is still plenty to play for in the points standings. Sandy is currently 2nd in the overall standings and will be giving it everything to get onto the top step of the podium in Buriram. The Thai driver is focused and prepared and is eager to continue the strong form from the previous round in Bang Saen.

Sandy is sponsored by The Pizza Company, Thai Airways, Puma Thailand, Thaiwings Travel Agency, Dacon Trading, the Tourism Authority of Thailand, the Sports Authority of Thailand, and the Royal Automobile Association of Thailand.

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