Debutants Johor’s Tunku Panglima and Co finish second place in GT class

Fruitful outing: (from left) Jordan Love, Tunku Panglima Johor Tunku Abdul Rahman Al-Haj Ibni Sultan Ibrahim and Luca Stolz posing for a picture after the race.

PETALING JAYA: The short but thrilling 2023-2024 Asian Le Mans Series ended on a high note for Johor Racing as they clinched back-to-back victories in Abu Dhabi.

Triple Eight Johor Motorsports Racing (JMR) clawed their way back up the standings in the final two races on the calendar, earning them a second place finish in the GT class in their debut season.

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