Beijing, December 7, 2020 – Daniel Bilski has won the Audi Sport Asia Trophy 2020. The B-Quik Absolute Racing driver secured his points on his way to winning his first overall Thailand Super Series (TSS) championship with the Audi R8 LMS GT3. As winner of the inaugural Trophy, Bilski takes home spare parts credit worth Euro 50,000.
With the Audi Sport Asia Trophy, Audi Sport customer racing Asia uses a points-based coefficient system to tally the results of all Audi FIA bronze-graded customers competing across the region's different races and series in the full range of Audi Sport customer racing machinery. As a result, all customers fielding Audi cars in the region compete together for the same prize.
“We saw 41 passionate Audi customers compete against each other this year in the Audi Sport Asia Trophy. The final standings are proof of the concept, with a mix of both GT and TCR customers in the top three,” said Alexander Blackie, Manager of Audi Sport customer racing Asia. “Congratulations to Daniel Bilski for becoming our inaugural Audi Sport Asia Trophy champion. Both Daniel and his team, B-Quik Absolute Racing, have been proven winners with the Audi R8 LMS GT3 in the region for many years.”
Over the intense four-race Thailand Super Series season, Bilski scored an overall race win, two additional podiums and a fifth place finish alongside his teammate, Audi Sport Asia driver Sandy Stuvik. This won the pair the TSS Supercar GT3 title and by doing so unlocked additional Audi Sport Asia Trophy points equivalent to another overall race win. Bilski finished the season with an accumulated a total of 2,478 points to win the first-ever Audi Sport Asia Trophy.
Runner-up in the season-long competition is Wu Yifan who took his 326 Racing Team Audi RS 3 LMS to second place in the TCR China Am Driver’s Cup. Wu is rewarded with a spare parts voucher worth Euro 35,000. Third-place finisher Ma Ka Chun’s Audi R8 LMS GT3 victories in December 2019’s Circuit Hero 700km Endurance Race and the Zhuhai Motorsports Association club race opening round earn him a Euro 15,000 spare parts package after finishing on 1,575 points.
Despite the inevitably reduced 2020 motorsport season, an impressive 41 FIA bronze-rated or privateer-classified drivers have earned points towards the trophy over the last 12 months competing across a range of Audi race cars.
For the full final standings, please click here: <http://www.audi-motorsport-asia.com/en/Racing?RacingTypeId=1&RacingYear=2020>