Chennai based Aditya, who created history in Indian motorsport by becoming the first driver from the country to win the gruelling 24 hours of Nurburgring held last month, will be driving for the 2011 Team Championship Winners -- Eurointernational.
He will team up with Aston Hare and Nabil Jeffri who dominated the first four rounds of the series with their stupefying performances.
Aditya, who took to karting at a tender age of three and started it professionally when he was 11, has been a part of the JK Tyre motorsport program wherein he has graduated from the national karting and racing championships to Asian and European levels of racing.
The second round of the JK Racing Asia Series 2012 will run alongside the much acclaimed Blancpain Endurance Series and Lamborghini Super Trofeo.
The Paul Ricard Circuit will host two races of the second round with the qualifying races scheduled for tomorrow and the main races on Sunday. (MORE)
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