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    Kiwi Supercars driver Shane van Gisbergen will make his prototype racing debut when he teams up with Nick Cassidy and Dan Gaunt in an all Kiwi Eurasia Motorsport line-up for the second round of the Asian Le Mans Series in South Australia

    Kiwi Supercars driver Shane van Gisbergen will make his prototype racing debut when he teams up with Nick Cassidy and Dan Gaunt in an all Kiwi Eurasia Motorsport line-up for the second round of the Asian Le Mans Series in South Australia


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     Other Motorsports News
     21 Sep: A second Le Mans 24-hour race victory for Brendon Hartley
     20 Sep: Scott McLaughlin has led home a one-two finish for DJR Team Penske, in the final Supercars race of the weekend at The Bend
     20 Sep: Fabian Coulthard is on high alert for tyre troubles that hampered many divers during the opening Supercars race at The Bend
     19 Sep: Supercars leader Scott McLaughlin is welcoming the change in driving approach required for this weekend's round at The Bend in South Australia
     19 Sep: Kiwi Supercars driver Fabian Coulthard hopes to use some pre-season testing at The Bend to his advantage in the back-to-back rounds at the venue
     18 Sep: Mount Panorama will be quieter than normal this October with only 4000 spectators a day allowed to attend the Supercars' Bathurst 1000
     18 Sep: Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin will compete in his first IndyCar series race next month
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