Confirmed as the latest Suzuki Asian Challenge Champion, Punchana Kulrojchalalai signed off a successful 2017 season with his fourth win of the season when he snatched the victory in Race 2 at the final round.


With the title already in hand, Punchana could have taken things easy at the last race of the season. Instead, he was seen constantly fighting within the group as the lead changed hands at every corner.


Punchana was the first to exit Turn 12 and took his advantage home to win in 15’52.039s. Tetsuya Fujita finished second with 15’52.069s while Indonesia’s Nur Al Fath was third with 15’52.181s.


Punchana won the Suzuki Asian Challenge title with 180 points. Philippine’s April King Mascardo ranked second with 139 points and young Fujita was third overall with 136 points.