The first season for the GT4 Asia Cup Championship was a tight battle all the way, ending up in a three way tie between Daniel Bilski, Ryan Marsden and Mark Williamson. Bilski however was crowned the Champion based on the higher amount of wins that he has collected over his rivals during the year.
The regulations allowed the drivers to drop their two lowest scores, leaving the top three all with 52 points.
Bilski, driving the Aston Martin Vantage N24 for Team Road & Track, won four races and claimed two thirds during the season.
Marsden and Williamson shared cars for part of the season along with their other teammate Simon Waters for Concord Dynaten Motorsports. Both Marsden and Williamson collected two wins and four second places, meaning that they share joint second place overall.
Bilski also took top honours in the Bronze medal category, in another tie with Ryan Marsden while Malaysian driver Adrian Henry D’Silva took third.
The 2010 GT4 Asia Cup Championship trophy presentation will be held at the Guia International Circuit during the Macu Grand Prix on Friday, 19th November 2010.