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Indian racer Armaan Ebrahim will begin his international season next week, making his debut in the Asia Championship besides participating in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia Series for the second successive year.
Armaan, the 26-year old from Chennai, will kick-start his campaign with the first round of the Asia series in Korea on the May 13-15 weekend driving the Lamborghini Gallardo GT3 car, followed by the season opener of the Super Trofeo in Shanghai, China, on May 20-22.
Supported by JK Tyre, Armaan will again team-up with Sri Lankan Dilantha Malagamuwa who runs the Dilango Racing team. The duo finished second Overall in the Super Trofeo Asia series last year, but hopes to do better this season.
Looking ahead to the season, Armaan said in a release on Tuesday: "For sure, it is going to be busy and exciting season for me and I am looking forward to racing on a variety of circuits."
"I will be doing five of the six rounds of the GT Asia in the Lamborghini Gallardo GT3 and all the six of the Super Trofeo which will conclude with the World finals in Valencia, Spain."