Eurasia Motorsport amalgamates world-class driver development, international engineering excellence, local knowledge and the highest standards of preparation, and boasts broad and wide-ranging foundations in single-seaters and sportscars.
Founded in 2003, the Philippines-based outfit was positioned as the Minardi Formula 1 Junior Team for two years while competing in the Formula BMW Asia Series, but it moved forwards with professionalism, engineering prowess and immaculate presentation to achieve no fewer than 40 championship titles in South East Asia over the course of a decade.
The ambitious team a thirst for success and its winning run in some of Asia’s most prestigious single-seater and sportscar arenas continues, as it has numerous race victories and championship titles in Asian Le Mans, Formula 3, V6 Asia, Formula BMW Pacific Series, Formula Pilota, Formula Masters China and the GT Asia Series to its name.
The team has a proven track record for taking drivers from karting to the pinnacle of LMP and GT competition, as it provides opportunities for drivers to learn their craft in the entry-level single-seaters, before graduating to LMP3 and LMP2 machinery.
Eurasia has propelled many well-known drivers to the top level of world motorsport. Graduates from the team include Renault Formula 1 star, Daniel Ricciardo – a race winner in his maiden season of car racing with Eurasia – as well as Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Giovinazzi and 24 Hours of Le Mans LMP2 winner Richard Bradley.
Having competed three times in the 24 Hours of Le Mans (2016-18) the team embarked on the 2018/19 Asian Le Mans Series, securing a fine podium first time out and setting themselves up for a strong campaign. The team also competed in the TCR Asia championship, fielding two Hyundai i30 N TCRs for ‘Zack’ Gao Hua Yang and Daniel Miranda. The latter went on to claim the prestigious Asian Drivers’ Championship at the season finale.
Eurasia returns to the Asian Le Mans Series for 2019-20, aiming to field three entries across the classes.