New Zealander Will Bamber has orchestrated a stunning last to first drive to win rouond four of the China GT Championship at the Zhuhai International Circuit.

Bamber and co-driver Bian Hao started the race in 10th place but dropped to the back of the field after a first lap incident.

The duo then started their recovery, tearing through the field and picking up spots at will.
Bamber caught race leader Kimi King on the final lap. King made a mistake and Bamber went through to seal a memorable win.

"Kimi had a fantastic race from the beginning, he piled through the field. [But] we had our chance at the end," Bamber said.


"My partner here did a fantastic job in the first few laps - we gave him a hurry up and he performed. I'm super happy, I'd like to thank JRM and the entire team for their effort this weekend.

"Hopefully there is more to come."

Fellow Kiwi Chris van der Drift and co-driver Li Chao finished sixth.

Impressive Kiwi youngster Marcus Armstrong has moved closer to the lead of the German Formula 4 championship with sixth place in the final race of the weekend at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben.

The Prema Powerteam driver started the reverse order grid from 10th place and climbed to sixth.

He trails only teammate Juri Vips in the standings.

Nick Cassidy had a rare bad weekend at the third round of Japan's Super Formula at Fuji Speedway.

The Kondo Racing driver was involved in an incident with Kamui Kobayashi two laps into the 53-lap race and was forced to retire.