KONG -- Last weekend, the Asia Supercar Challenge Series completed its 2005
season with Michael Lee (at right) claiming the overall points championship
while riding on Hoosier tires.
It marked the second year in a row the Hoosier brand was used by the series
champion. Last season, Ray Li won the Overall Class A title in his first year
using Hoosier R3S04 tires. Not only did Li win the championship on Hoosier
tires, but the runner-up and the fifth place finishers also rode on the purple
This season, other drivers recognized the Hoosier brand's decisive
performance advantage and also elected to bolt on Hoosier's new R3S05 tire. The
choice was a good one with the top six drivers in the final point standings
riding on Hoosier racing tires.
the 2005 champion, Michael Lee (center), and the 2004 champion, Ray Li
(far left), compete for RAM Racing as part of a multi-car race team
that has dominated the series over the past two seasons.
Lee, a professional photographer by trade, drove the black No. 2
Porsche to the Asia Supercar Challenge Series championship.
Ray Li commented, "Having won the last two championships,
our cars will be the team to beat in 2006."
The Asia Supercar Challenge Series has grown significantly in both
participants and fans attracting competitors from all around Asia
including; Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and Malaysia. Next year, Singapore
and Japan will likely be represented as well.
Hoosier Racing Tire Corp. congratulates Michael Lee, Ray Li and the
all the drivers who trusted the Hoosier brand in the Asia Supercar
Challenge Series over the past two seasons. With drivers as talented
as they are, the 2006 championship should not be out of reach.
For more information about the Asia Supercar Challenge Series visit