Hong Kong fleet Teamwork challenges Dubai24 with Audi RS3 LMS. After a glorious Macau GP, Teamwork is ready for the next challenge.  This time four drivers, Paul Poon, Alex Hui, Sunny Wong, Alex Fung, will team up and pilot the Audi RS3 LMS to tackle the Dubai 24H enduro.  tw

The 5.39km Dubai Autodrome consisted of 16 corners, and has a combination of high-speedstraights and technical corners.

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Paul Poon said, “Over twenty years of racing, I have relatively little enduro experience.  I am excited to do my first ever 24H race with my best friends and teammates.  Regardless of the results, I am sure this will be an enjoyable trip and experience.”tw

Sunny Wong said, “From Macau GP to Dubai24 is about two months time, and I think it’s a good 2019 kick-off before we enter our main programs in Asia/China region.  I first did the Dubai24 in 2011 with a Netherland team.  Back then it wasn’t as popular among Asian race teams.  This time I come back with Teamwork and my long-term teammates in a Audi TCR.  So I am really looking forward to see what has changed since 2011.” tw

Teamwork team manager Ken Lui added, “This is probably the first time Teamwork travel this far away from home to enter an endurance race.  I know many of our friends and alliances are also racing in the Dubai24, so it will be great reunion, and carnival to start 2019.  We don’t have any solid plan after the Dubai24, but we can see the Middle East Enduro and TCR Championships are both starting after Dubai 24 and ends in February. Therefore our Audi RS3 LMS and seats will be available and open for enquiry for either Middle East Euduro or TCR championships.”  

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Enduro / TCR Middle East 2019 Calendar

6H / Race 1+2 Dubai:  25-26 Jan

4H / Rae 3+4 Abu Dhabi: 1-2 Feb

10H / Race 5+6 Dubai: 7-8 Feb