Aylezo has announced a partnership with Beltnick, a renowned Auto Racing Safety Equipment manufacturer. The company will provide the Aylezo race crew with complete safety gear for the team in their GT Asia Series and Asia Le Mans Series season in 2015.
“We are happy to have such a great brand on board with us and to provide the added safety for our crew in such high intensity races as the GT Asia and Asia Le Mans. The crew is faced with high temperatures, speed and intensity each time the race car comes in for a pit-stop, and having them in such high-quality race gear, it gives us the necessary peace of mind” said Zen Low, Aylezo owner and race driver.
Established in 1999, Beltenick has been providing quality OEM/ODM Auto Racing Safety Equipment to major markets around the world, including Japan, United States, Latin America, Germany, France, Australia and South Africa. In just a short time, the company became renowned for their superior quality of manufactured products and its high value, leading it to be given the ISO 9001:2000 International Quality Control System.
“Beltenick is known in the racing industry for their superior quality products and we are proud of this association with them. This partnership will see the Aylezo race crew in Beltenick safety suits, heat resistant gloves and shoes” concluded Zen.
Aylezo Competizione is a Sporting Administration and Technical Team with over 30 years of combined International race experience in some of the Region’s most renowned Series. In 2015 Aylezo Competizione acts as the Technical Partner for a newly established team, OD Racing, in their first participation in the GT Asia Series. Aylezo Competizione will also partner with EcoTint, Prince Lubricants, Jonnesway, GoPro, Rudy Project and Shark Helmets for their participation in both GT Asia and Asian Le Mans Series.
GT Asia Series will travel to six countries at seven Asian circuits beginning with Korea International Circuit on 15-17 May. Then the Series will head to two Japanese races – at Okayama Circuit on 26-28 June and Fuji Speedway on 17-19 July, to Malaysia at Sepang Circuit for its first ever three-hour endurance race on 14-16 August, then to Shanghai Circuit, China on 25-27 Sept before ending the season at Buriram Chang International Circuit, Thailand on 23-25 October. The Series continues with a non-Championship round held at the legendary Guia Street Circuit, Macau on 20-22 November.
The three round Asian Le Mans Series will run during the FIA World Endurance Championship weekends in Fuji, Japan on 9-10 October and in Shanghai, China on 30-31 October. The Series will then make its final stop in Sepang, Malaysia on 19-20 December 2015.