The GT Asia Challenge (formerly the Asian Supercar Challenge), was established in 2003 by the Supercar Club Hong Kong (SCCHK). At the beginning of 2008, the SCCHK and Motorsport Asia Limited reached an agreement to jointly organize the Asia Supercar Challenge to further increase the levels of professionalism and worldwide interest in the Championship. In 2009, the series evolved to become the GT3 Asia Challenge and was held as part of the Asian Festival Of Speed.
Fans are now able to catch the best production based Supercars in the world, competing in fast paced and action filled races at various circuits around Asia. Viewers in over 100 countries worldwide can also catch the GT Asia races on television through the AFOS TV programme.
The highlight of the racing calendar is the annual Macau Grand Prix in November.