B-Quik Racing is a leading professional motor racing team based in Bangkok, Thailand. We enter cars in championships in Thailand and across Asia as well as providing a comprehensive platform of support for customers.
This year we put our main focus on Thailand Super Series where we are running five cars across three categories while we also have three cars entered in the Malaysia-based Asia Classic Car Challenge. We are also undertaking one-off prestigious international endurance events.
B-Quik Racing started in competition in 2009, born through the desire of staff from B-Quik Co. Ltd., Thailand’s leading aftermarket automotive service group, to really prove their skills and training in the most demanding and competitive of arenas – on the racetrack. A success story was quickly born.
Initially, the team entered a bespoke Porsche 944 in Super Club Euro Retro (2009-2010). Impressive results demanded that the team go straight to the top of the Thai motorsport pyramid and for the 2011 season the 944 was upgraded, fitted with a race prepared 3.0 S2 supercharged engine and entered in Super Car Thailand’s new ‘Super Retro’ category. That decision would pit B-Quik Racing against the best cars competing in Thailand, including factory entries. It was a huge challenge, but one the team believed it was ready to take.
The results were nothing short of sensational and in 2012 Henk guided the 944 to the Super Retro championship title while stunning the Thai motorsport world by also coming second runner up in the overall championship. That amazing performance saw the team rightly taking its place as one of the top professional teams in Thailand.
For 2012 the team acquired a Porsche 997 GT3 Cup and graduated to the top class in Super Car Thailand. Again the results were very impressive as Henk led the championship for most of the year and in the end finished an excellent third in the championship. The Dutchman campaigned the 997 for one more season before switching to an Audi R8 LMS Cup for 2014-2015, with the Porsche being used by several customer drivers during the 2014 and 2015 seasons.