The calendar of the first Asian Le Mans Series in 2013 will consist of six events in four countries, including South Korea with a race at the brand-new Autopia circuit.
On August 4, 2013, the promoters of the Asian Le Mans Series will organize a 3-hour event in South Korea. It will take place in the Inje region on the Autopia circuit, which is currently being built.
The circuit will measure 4,207 km, has 16 000 grandstand seats, and will be inaugurated next May. It is located only 130 km from the South Korean capital, Seoul, and linked to it by motorway.
As in all rounds of the 2013 Asian Le Mans Series, two single-make support races will also be on the program of this eagerly-awaited weekend in a country which will host its first international endurance race under the Le Mans label.
This event will complete a calendar of six rounds, three in China (Zhuhai, Shanghai and Ordos), one in Japan (Mount Fuji) and one in Indonesia (Sentul, December 8).