In race 1, the team qualified sixth with Ochiai started the 50 minutes race with clear skies before clouding over around noon, as is characteristic of Mt. Fuji’s surrounding area, with temperatures for qualifying race one hovering around the mid-teens. The lead of the race changed at least four times and team Lamborghini Osaka managed to close the gap towards the last 8 minutes of the race with Afiq on the wheels. In the end, it was once again Ochiai and Yazid’s race; the pair put on a sterling performance to claim pole from back at sixth on the grid.
The second race on Sunday was ran under thick clouds above, a stiff breeze, pouring rain and temperatures significantly down from yesterday’s race. Afiq Yazid was piloting the car for the first half of the 50 minutes race. Afiq who started the race from third on the grid was dicing for the lead on the slippery track. Coming out ofthe first corner, Afiq was third behind the drivers from Japan and Italy. Within 2 laps Afiq managed to take the 2nd place and was hunting down the leading car driven by Max Wiser from Italy which few laps later he managed to overtake. By the 10th lap Afiq was already ahead and has pulled a gap of over 4 sec from Max Wiser. At the time of the mandatory pit stop Afiq has created a significant gap for Ochiai to take the car home in pole.
With the two wins they have unofficially took the Series championship with 33 points advantage with only 30 points remaining at the final two races in Spain.