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Mika Hakkinen wins in GT Asia sports cars - VIDEO

Mika Hakkinen claimed victory in the GT Asia Series in China, after sharing his Erebus Motorsport entry with 17-year-old Chinese apprentice Matthew Solomon.
Two times F1 World Champion, Mika Hakkinen took victory for Australian team Erebus Motorsport in its SLS AMG GT3 Asian début.

This weekend is the launch of the AMG Customer Sports program into the Chinese market and Hakkinen shared the #36 SLS AMG GT3 with 17-year-old Chinese apprentice Matthew Solomon. It was Solomon who pulled off the critical pass to take the win.

The team is racing in the GT Asia Series.

It was Hakkinen's first win since DTM in 2007 and his first for AMG Customer Sports. It is Erebus Motorsport's 10th consecutive race victory in the SLS AMG GT3.




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