ABRS Grad’s Thriving Pro Career in Asia

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Abrs grad's thriving pro career in asia

Maxx Ebenal Joins German Squad Leipert Motorsport for Full Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia Campaign

ZHUHAI, China – Canadian racer (and ABRS Grad) Maxx Ebenal confirms his 4th consecutive racing season in Asia. After years of success in China racing single seaters, Ebenal will make the switch to GT sports cars in 2017 by joining German team Leipert Motorsport to contest the full Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia’s series in the Pro-Am category.

Coming off a winning season in both the Asian Formula Renault series and China F4 series with Asia Racing Team, Ebenal was recognized for his talent, hard work, and dedication.
Leipert Motorsport team manager says, “we were looking for a professional driver with previous experience in Asia to join our pro-am lineup, and when Maxx’s name came up, we decided to jump on the opportunity to have him join the team.”

Shanghai based automotive company ‘StarCreateAuto’ and Beijing’s outdoor entertainment business ‘iGoFun’ have partnered with Maxx this season as official driver sponsors.

2017 Schedule

  • April 8-9 – Sepang, Malaysia
  • May 20-21 – Buriram, Thailand
  • June 24-25 – Suzuka, Japan
  • August 19-20 – Fuji, Japan
  • September 23-24 – Shanghai, China
  • November 15-16 – Imola, Italy
  • November 18-19 – Imola, Italy (World Finals)

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“I attended the ABRS in 2009 when it was based in Calgary. I did a two-day course with the first day being in karts, and the second day in the formula renault 1.6.  This was my first time to attend a proper race training academy, and I came away with a new knowledge of racing theory and techniques.  I look forward to continuing to use the skills I was taught at the ABRS while I race in the Lamborghini Asia series.”

Follow Maxx’s season on facebook @MaxxEbenalRacing

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Allen Berg ranks among Canada's top racing personalities. He won the Formula Pacific Tasman Championship, won at Silverstone against Ayrton Senna and Martin Brundle in perhaps the greatest year ever in British Formula 3, and qualified for nine starts in F1, a record bettered among his countrymen only by Gilles and Jacques Villeneuve.

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