Asian Le Mans Series – Provisional entry list for the 2021 season
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Asian Le Mans Series – Provisional entry list for the 2021 season

The provisional entry list for the Asian Le Mans Series has been published ten days ahead of the 2021 season curtain-raiser in Dubai. Thirty-six cars are set to line up on the grid.

Two former Formula One drivers will be appearing in LMP2, the top class in the series: Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne will line up for JOTA while Narain Karthikeyan will take the wheel of the #64 Oreca 07-Gibson entered by Racing Team India. Endurance specialists Nicki Thiim, Simon Trummer and René Binder will also be competing. The LMP3 class promises a great battle between seasoned drivers, including former championship winners, talented amateurs and young rookies just embarking on a motorsport career.
Six major manufacturers will be represented in the GT class: Mercedes, McLaren, Ferrari, BMW, Porsche and Aston Martin. The presence of works drivers in the field offers a sure-fire guarantee of some exciting racing.

The Asian Le Mans Series grid will have a truly international flavour with teams from 15 countries and drivers of 26 different nationalities.

Check out the provisional entry list for the 2021 Asian Le Mans Series.

Five invitations to the 24 Hours of Le Mans will be issued at the end of the season:

  • one for the LMP2 class winner,
  • one for the LMP3 class winner,
  • and three for the top three GT teams.

For the first time, the United Arab Emirates will host the entire Asian Le Mans Series season. A compact calendar awaits the teams as all four races will be held in the space of just eight days:

  • Race 1: Saturday 13 February 2021 – Dubai Autodrome
  • Race 2: Sunday 14 February 2021 – Dubai Autodrome
  • Race 3: Friday 19 February 2021 – Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi
  • Race 4: Saturday 20 February 2021 – Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi

The races will once again be broadcast on all Asian Le Mans Series platforms, including the official website, YouTube channel and Facebook page.

For further information, head to the Asian Le Mans Series website.